Psychotherapy and Counselling 2009 New Books and Selected Backlist Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy, Clinical Problems, Clinical Psychology and Psychiatry, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Creative Arts Therapies, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, Family and Couples Therapy, Mindfulness, Motivational Interviewing, Psychotherapy and Counselling
Contents Motivational Interviewing ................................................. 1
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Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy ........................... 4
Applications of Motivational Interviewing Series
Child and Adolescent Clinical Problems ....................... 5
Psychotherapy and Counselling . .................................... 2
ADHD ..................................................................................... 7 Autism ................................................................................... 8
The Lost Art of Listening
Eating Disorders . ............................................................... 9
How Learning to Listen Can Improve Relationships Second Edition Michael P. Nichols .................................................... 2
Mood Disorders ................................................................. 9 Self-Harm . .......................................................................... 10 Trauma and Abuse .......................................................... 10 Child and Adolescent Forensic Psychiatry ................. 11 School-Based Mental Health and Learning Disabilities ....................................................... 12
Getting the Best for Your Child with Autism An Expert’s Guide to Treatment Bryna Siegel ................................................................ 8
Clinical Psychology and Psychiatry .............................. 15 Clinical Problems ................................................................ 16 Addictions .......................................................................... 16 Attachment . ...................................................................... 17 Eating Disorders . ............................................................. 18 Mood Disorders ............................................................... 19 Personality Disorders ..................................................... 20 Physical and Sexual Abuse ........................................... 20 Schizophrenia ................................................................... 20 Self-Harm . .......................................................................... 21 Stress and Trauma ........................................................... 21 Cognitive Behaviour Therapy . ....................................... 22
When Someone You Love is Bipolar Help and Support for You and Your Partner Cynthia G. Last . ....................................................... 19
Collaborative Case Conceptualization Working Effectively with Clients in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Willem Kuyken, Christine A. Padesky, and Robert Dudley ................................................ 22
Dialectical Behaviour Therapy .................................... 27
Metacognitive Therapy for Anxiety and Depression
Mindfulness ....................................................................... 28
Adrian Wells .............................................................. 24
Creative Arts Therapies .................................................... 29 Family Therapy .................................................................... 30 Couples Therapy .............................................................. 32
Getting Over OCD A 10-Step Workbook for Taking Back Your Life Jonathan S. Abramowitz ................................... 25
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Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Eating Disorders Christopher G. Fairburn ..................................... 25
The Mindful Path to Self-Compassion Freeing Yourself from Destructive Thoughts and Emotions Christopher K. Germer ....................................... 28
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Building Motivational Interviewing Skills A Practitioner Workbook David B. Rosengren, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Institute, University of Washington, USA “I highly recommend this book. There is widespread interest in MI and its burgeoning clinical applications. Rosengren provides clinicians with both essential theoretical understanding and practical tools for improving their implementation of MI.” - G. Alan Marlatt, University of Washington, USA Developing expertise in motivational interviewing (MI) takes practice, which is exactly the point of this engaging, user-friendly workbook. The volume is packed with real-world examples from a range of clinical settings, as well as sample interactions and handson learning activities. The author is an experienced MI researcher, clinician, and trainer who facilitates learning with quizzes, experiential exercises, and reproducible worksheets. Working alone or with a partner or study group, the reader is taken step by step through practicing core MI skills: raising the importance of behavior change, enhancing the client’s confidence, resolving ambivalence, solidifying commitment to change, and negotiating a change plan. Contents: Introduction. Foundations of MI. The Use of OARS: Reflective Listening. The Use of OARS: Open-ended Questions, Affirmations, and Summaries. Recognizing, Reinforcing, and Eliciting Change Talk. Managing Resistance. Opening a Session or Topic. Working with Ambivalence. Information Sharing, Offering Concern, and Giving Advice. The Key Question. Negotiating a Treatment Plan. Learning MI. Appendices.
August 2009: 340pp. Pb: 978-1-60623-299-6: £25.95
Series: Applications of Motivational Interviewing
Motivational Interviewing in Health Care
Interviewing Fits into Health Care Practice. Part II: Core Skills of Motivational Interviewing. Practicing Motivational Interviewing. Asking. Listening. Informing. Part III: Putting it all Together. Integrating the Skills. Case Examples of a Guiding Style. Getting Better at Guiding. Beyond the Consultation. Epilogue: A Map to Guide You. Appendices. 2008: 210pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-613-7: £30.50 Pb: 978-1-59385-612-0: £16.99
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Motivational Interviewing in the Treatment of Psychological Problems
Edited by Hal Arkowitz, University of Arizona, USA, Henny A. Westra, York University, Canada, William R. Miller, University of New Mexico, USA, and Stephen Rollnick, Cardiff University, UK “This excellent book is essential reading for therapists and students interested in MI. Expert practitioners offer a step-by-step guide to MI with people who may have any of a wide range of mental health problems, and who hesitate to accept help. Valuable vignettes and therapist-patient dialogues illustrate how to manage various clinical scenarios with skill and sensitivity.” - Isaac Marks, King’s College
Institute of Psychiatry, University of London, UK
Since the publication of Miller and Rollnick’s classic Motivational Interviewing, MI has become hugely popular as a tool for facilitating many different kinds of positive behavior change. MI is increasingly being used to help individuals mobilize their energy, commitment, and personal resources for addressing a wide range of mental health concerns. This cutting-edge book brings together leading experts to describe novel MI applications in the treatment of anxiety, depression, PTSD, suicidal behavior, obsessive-compulsive disorder, eating disorders, gambling addictions, schizophrenia, and dual diagnoses. 2007: 354pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-585-7: £25.95
Helping Patients Change Behavior
Series: Applications of Motivational Interviewing
Stephen Rollnick, Cardiff University, Wales, UK, William R. Miller, University of New Mexico, USA, and Christopher C. Butler, Cardiff University, Wales, UK “I highly recommend this book for any practitioner dealing in health behavior change. In a conversational style with numerous helpful examples, the authors translate complex psychological concepts into easy-to-understand terms that will support and guide health care practitioners in improving their consultations with patients.” - Judith Carpenter, Derbyshire County Primary Care
Motivational Interviewing Preparing People for Change
Much of health care today involves helping patients manage conditions whose outcomes can be greatly influenced by lifestyle or behavior change. Written specifically for health care professionals, this concise book presents powerful tools to enhance communication with patients and guide them in making choices to improve their health, from weight loss, exercise, and smoking cessation, to medication adherence and safer sex practices. Engaging dialogues and vignettes bring to life the core skills of motivational interviewing (MI) and show how to incorporate this brief evidence-based approach into any health care setting.
William R. Miller, University of New Mexico, USA, and Stephen Rollnick, Cardiff University, Wales, UK
Contents: Part I: Behavior Change and Motivational Interviewing.
Motivational Interviewing: Principles and Evidence. How Motivational
“Motivational interviewing has come of age. The first edition became a modern classic in the field; a decade later, this second edition shows how MI has matured as Miller and Rollnick and their many collaborators have gained in experience. The ideas are sharpened, the research base stronger, and the applications broader.” - Jim Orford, The University of Birmingham, UK 2002: 419pp. Hb: 978-1-57230-563-2: £30.00
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time, it preserves, and even extends, the depth of understanding of human experience and psychological conflict that has always been the strength of the psychoanalytic approach. Through probing theoretical analysis and illuminating examples, the book offers innovative and powerful ways to revitalize clinical practice.
The Lost Art of Listening How Learning to Listen Can Improve Relationships Second Edition Michael P. Nichols, College of William and Mary, Virginia, USA “Lily Tomlin once advised that we listen with an intensity that most people save for talking.’ Michael Nichols, in The Lost Art of Listening, tells us how. This is a very special book which distills years of clinical wisdom into practical advice about improving our most important relationships and, ultimately, who we are... This is more than a good book, it is a vital manual for any of us who would either like to feel good about our relationships or avoid dying before the end of our lives.” - Carol M. Anderson, coauthor of Flying Solo
Contents: Context and Relationship in Psychotherapy: An Introduction. How Do We Understand Another Person? One-person and Two-person Perspectives. The Dynamics of Personality: One-person and Two-person Views. From Two-person to Contextual: Beyond Infancy and the Consulting Room. Drives, Relationships, and the Foundations of the Relational Point of View. The Limits of the Archaeological Vision: Relational Theory and the Cyclical-contextual Model. Self-states, Dissociation, and the Schemas of Subjectivity and Intersubjectivity. Exploration, Support, Selfacceptance, and the “School of Suspicion”. Insight, Direct Experience, and the Implications of a New Understanding of Anxiety. Enactments, New Relational Experience, and Implicit Relational Knowing. Confusions About Self-disclosure: Real Issues, Pseudo-issues, and the Inevitability of Trade-offs. The “Inner” World, the “Outer” World, and the Lived-in World: Mobilizing for Change in the Patient’s Daily Life.
2008: 338pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-614-4: £25.95
This perennial bestseller has already helped many thousands of readers resolve conflicts and transform their relationships with family members, romantic partners, colleagues, and friends. Experienced therapist Michael P. Nichols explains why we often feel cut off from those we care about and provides easy-to-learn techniques for really hearing and being heard. Thoughtful, witty, and empathic, the book is filled with vivid examples that readers of all ages and walks of life can relate to. Contents: Introduction. Part I: Yearning to be Understood. Why Listening is so Important. “Did You Hear What I Said?” How Listening Shapes Us and Connects Us to Each Other. “Thanks for Listening”. How Communication Breaks Down. “Why Won’t You Listen to Me?” Part II: The Real Reasons People Don’t Listen. The Heart of Listening: The Struggle to Suspend Our Own Needs. “When Is It My Turn?” How Hidden Assumptions Prejudice Listening. “You Hear Only What You Want to Hear!” How Emotionality Makes Us Defensive. “Why Do You Always Overreact!” Part III: Getting Through to Each Other. How to Let Go of Your Own Needs and Listen. “Take Your Time – I’m Listening”. Empathy Begins with Openness. “I Never Knew You Felt That Way”. How to Defuse Emotional Reactivity. “I Can See This is Really Upsetting You.” Part IV: Listening in Context. Listening Between Intimate Partners. “We Never Seem to Talk Anymore.” How to Listen and Be Heard within the Family. “Nobody Around Here Ever Listens to Me!” Being Able to Hear Friends and Colleagues. “I Knew You’d Understand.” Epilogue.
April 2009: 314pp. Hb: 978-1-60623-064-0: £27.00 Pb: 978-1-59385-986-2: £11.95
Relational Theory and the Practice of Psychotherapy Paul L. Wachtel, City University of New York, USA “Wachtel is not only an important clinical contributor; he is also a master teacher. You will want to read and reread this book.”
- Lewis Aron, Director, Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, New York University, USA
This important book explores a new direction in psychoanalytic thought that can enable therapists of any orientation to better understand and help their patients. Relational psychoanalysis diverges in key ways from the assumptions and therapeutic practices that have traditionally characterized psychoanalysis. At the same
Psychodynamic Group Psychotherapy Fourth Edition J. Scott Rutan, Boston Institute for Psychotherapy, USA, Walter N. Stone, University of California, USA, and Joseph J. Shay, Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts, USA
“Can you improve on a classic? The answer is a resounding yes, judging by this fourth edition by Rutan and Stone, now accompanied by Shay. This is a lively, pragmatic book that nonetheless does not sacrifice the theoretical and historical depth of the prior work. It is a book for both the beginner and the expert, one that is user friendly, wise, and scholarly, and that draws on decades of expertise.” - Anne Alonso, Harvard Medical School, USA Now in a revised and expanded fourth edition, this widely adopted text and clinical reference covers the ‘whats’, ‘whys’ and ‘how-tos’ of setting up therapy groups and making them work. 2007: 436pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-266-5: £33.00
Spiritually Integrated Psychotherapy Understanding and Addressing the Sacred Kenneth I. Pargament, Bowling Green State University, Ohio, USA
“Exceptional. Pargament offers a sweeping, well-balanced view of spirituality from a clinical perspective, without reducing spirituality to psychology... Clinicians at all levels of experience will grow by reading, and rereading, this book.” - Christopher K. Germer, in private practice, Massachusetts, USA
From a leading researcher and practitioner, this volume provides an innovative framework for understanding the role of spirituality in people’s lives and its relevance to the work done in psychotherapy. It offers fresh, practical ideas for creating a spiritual dialogue with clients, assessing spirituality as a part of their problems and solutions, and helping them draw on spiritual resources in times of stress. 2007: 384pp. Hb: 978-1-57230-844-2: £25.95
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The Paper Office
Interviewing Clients across Cultures
Forms, Guidelines, and Resources to Make Your Practice Work Ethically, Legally, and Profitably
A Practitioner’s Guide Lisa Aronson Fontes, Core Faculty Member in Union Institute & University’s PsyD Program in Clinical Psychology, USA “This book is a ‘must read’ for anyone training to be, or already serving, in a professional role in today’s multicultural society. It is important, accessible, and filled with lively case examples. I recommend this book as required reading for graduate and undergraduate courses and for professionals who work with clients or carry out research in any mental health or human service setting.” - Sandra A. Graham-Bermann,
University of Michigan, USA
Packed with practical pointers and examples, this indispensable, straight-talking guide helps professionals conduct productive interviews while building strong working relationships with culturally and linguistically diverse clients. Chapters cover avoiding different types of bias; verbal and nonverbal ways to build rapport and convey respect; how to overcome language barriers, including effective use of interpreters; culturally competent interviews with children and adolescents; and key issues in working with immigrants and refugees. Contents: A Guide to Interviewing across Cultures. Preparing for the Interview. Biases and Boundary Issues. Setting the Right Tone: Building Rapport and Conveying Respect. Beyond Words: Nonverbal Communication in Interviews. Language Competence: Building Bridges with People Who Have a Different Native Language. The Interpreted Interview. Understanding and Addressing Reluctance to Divulge Information. Interviewing Culturally Diverse Children and Adolescents. Interview Reports and Documents. Authority and Trust Issues for Specific Professions. Common Dilemmas and Misunderstandings in Cross-Cultural Interviews. Afterword: Your Self as a Resource.
September 2009: 334pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-710-3: 2008: £25.95 Pb: 978-1-60623-405-1: £16.50
Measuring Change in Counseling and Psychotherapy
Fourth Edition Edward L. Zuckerman, Armbrust, Pennsylvania, USA “How many times have you grumbled, while completing clinical, financial, and HIPAA records, ‘There must be a better way!’? The Paper Office is that better way – the book and companion CD offer a treasure trove of clinical documents, financial tools, security procedures, consent forms, and record releases.” - John C. Norcross, University of Scranton, USA
Providing essential recordkeeping and risk-reduction tools that every psychotherapy practice needs, this highly practical resource is now in a fully updated fourth edition. 2008: 474pp. Pb: 978-1-59385-835-3: £43.50
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Insider’s Guide to Graduate Programs in Clinical and Counseling Psychology 2008/2009 Edition
John C. Norcross, University of Scranton, Pennsylvania, USA, Michael A. Sayette, University of Pittsburgh, USA, and Tracy J. Mayne, Amgen Global Health Economics, California, USA “Prospective graduate students will significantly increase their chances of gaining admission to clinical doctoral programs when they use this outstanding guide.” - Arnold A. Lazarus, Rutgers University, USA 2008: 387pp. Pb: 978-1-59385-637-3: £17.95
Scott T. Meier, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, USA “The strength of this book is that it offers comprehensive and sophisticated coverage of issues related to psychological testing, with a special focus on issues related to counseling and psychotherapy... I would highly recommend it to colleagues interested in psychotherapy research and empirical evaluations of psychotherapy services.” - John Suler, Rider University, USA This book provides researchers, clinicians, and students with a useful overview of the key issues involved in measuring client change within clinical practice. It reviews the history, conceptual foundations, and current status of trait- and state-based assessment models and approaches, exploring their strengths and limitations for measuring change across therapy sessions. selected Contents: Part I: Introduction and Rationale. Part II: A History of Traits. Part III: Reliability, Validity, and Systematic Errors. Part IV: States, Traits, and Validity. Part V: Context Effects and Validity. Part VI: Nomothetic Approaches to Measuring Change and Influencing Outcomes. Part VII: Idiographic Approaches to Measuring Change and Influencing Outcomes. Part VIII: Summary, Integration, and Future Directions.
2008: 303pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-720-2: £27.00
Backlist Books Essential Psychotherapies Theory and Practice, Second Edition Edited by Alan S. Gurman, and Stanley B. Messer Hb: 978-1-57230-766-7: 2003: 580pp. £57.50 Pb: 978-1-59385-220-7: 2005: 580pp. £30.00
What Works for Whom? A Critical Review of Psychotherapy Research, Second Edition Anthony Roth, and Peter Fonagy Hb: 978-1-57230-650-9: 2004: 661pp. £41.00 Pb: 978-1-59385-272-6: 2006: 661pp. £25.00
What Works for Whom? A Critical Review of Treatments for Children and Adolescents Peter Fonagy, Mary Target, David Cottrell, Jeannette Phillips, and Zarrina Kurtz Hb: 978-1-57230-751-3: 2002: 525pp. £37.50 Pb: 978-1-59385-166-8: 2005: 525pp. £21.50
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Psychotherapy with Infants and Young Children Repairing the Effects of Stress and Trauma on Early Attachment Alicia F. Lieberman, and Patricia Van Horn, both at the University of California, USA
“This long-awaited book definitely describes child-parent psychotherapy, one of the most important and effective interventions in infant mental health. The authors are master clinicians who repeatedly place the reader in the trenches of clinical dilemmas and never disappoint with their thoughtful considerations of what transpires there. With clear and illuminating prose and richly evocative vignettes, this book is ‘must’ reading for child clinicians.” - Charles H. Zeanah, Tulane University
rejecting behavior. Rich case material illustrates innovative ways to embrace resistance, rather than fighting it, to build a strong therapeutic relationship that can get to the root of self-defeating patterns. The book is unique in addressing clinical work both with teens and with women in their twenties and beyond, who frequently struggle with unresolved adolescent issues. Contents: The Mother-daughter Bond and its Implications for Understanding the Therapeutic Relationship. Embracing Resistance and Building Attachment. When Parents Collude with Their Daughter’s Resistance. Challenging Resistance While Sustaining Attachment. The Going Gets Tough When the Patient Gets Angry. When Attachment to a Therapist is Not Therapeutic: Recognizing Malignant Regression. Beyond Idealization: Fostering Genuine Intimacy and Mutuality. Repetition as a Path to New Experience. Allowing for Attachment After Therapy Ends.
2008: 198pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-651-9: £21.00
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This eloquent book describes an empirically supported treatment that engages parents as the most powerful agents of their young children’s healthy development. Child-parent psychotherapy promotes the child’s emotional health and builds the parent’s capacity to nurture and protect, particularly when stress and trauma have disrupted the quality of the parent-child relationship. The book provides a comprehensive theoretical framework together with practical strategies for combining play, developmental guidance, trauma-focused interventions, and concrete assistance with problems of living. Filled with evocative, “how-to-do-it” examples, it is grounded in extensive clinical experience and cutting-edge research on early development, attachment, neurobiology, and trauma. Contents: When Development Falters: Putting Relationships First. Coping with Danger: The Stress-trauma Continuum. Practicing Childparent Psychotherapy: Treatment Targets and Strategies. The Assessment Process. “Not Quite Good Enough”: Perturbations in Early Relationships. Ghosts and Angels in the Nursery: Treating Disturbances and Disorders. Variations in Child-parent Psychotherapy. Lapses in Attunement: Failures in the Therapeutic Relationship. Integrating Child-parent Psychotherapy with Other Service Systems. Closing Thoughts: Taking Perspective.
2008: 366pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-675-5: £27.00
Psychotherapy with Adolescent Girls and Young Women Fostering Autonomy through Attachment Elizabeth Perl, Northwestern University Medical School, USA
“This book illuminates the interwoven processes of attachment, maturation, and individuation in adolescence and young adulthood through compelling, masterfully formulated clinical illustration... A pleasure to read, this book does more than tell us what troubles our youthful patients – it leaves us with a rich appreciation of what to do about it.” - Richard J. Eichler, Director, Counseling and
Melissa Freeman, University of Georgia, Athens, USA, and Sandra Mathison, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada “I didn’t expect that this well-written, exciting book would be so immediately relevant to my own research with children. Freeman and Mathison offer a very rich and pragmatic examination of children’s roles as research participants... Highly recommended.” - Beth Doll, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA This accessible book presents approaches to planning, carrying out, and analyzing research projects with children and youth from a social constructivist perspective. Rich, contextualized examples illustrate how to elicit and understand the lived experiences of diverse young people. Data collection methods discussed in depth include drawing, photography, the Internet, games, interviewing, focus groups, journaling, and observation. Also covered are strategies for fostering the active contributions of children in the research process; navigating consent and ethical issues; enlisting the support of parents, school personnel, and other gatekeepers; and interpreting data. Throughout, the authors emphasize the need to attend to the social setting in which research with children is done. selected Contents: Part I: Conceptions of Children and Childhood. Part
II: Negotiating Access for Research with Children. Part III: Recruiting Child Participants. Part IV: Defining Researcher Roles in Research with Children. Part V: Ethical Challenges in Social Constructionist Research with Children. Part VI: Interviewing. Part VII: Art and Photography. Part VIII: Journaling and Other Written Responses. Part IX: Analyzing Data. Part X: Children as Researchers. 2008: 196pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-996-1: £35.00 Pb: 978-1-59385-995-4: £21.00
Handbook of Infant Mental Health Third Edition Edited by Charles H. Zeanah, Jr., Tulane University School of Medicine, New Orleans, USA
Psychological Services, Columbia University, USA
Adolescent girls and young women in therapy – even those who genuinely desire change – often are highly ambivalent and difficult to engage. This book provides fresh insights and powerful clinical tools for understanding a young woman’s conflict between her attachment and dependence on her parents and her efforts to be autonomous, and how this may play out in seemingly treatment-
Researching Children’s Experiences
“Since the prior edition of this Handbook, major advances in biology and neuroscience have been made and research knowledge on psychosocial factors in infant development has accumulated. This magnificent third edition brings together all relevant advances in a
Child and adolescent clinical problems
child and adolescent psychotherapy well-referenced but remarkably accessible volume. It is a true gem for all clinicians and students whose work touches on early childhood and who want their practices to be guided by best evidence.”
- Peter Fonagy, University College London, UK
Widely regarded as the standard reference in a burgeoning field, this state-of-the-art Handbook offers a comprehensive analysis of developmental, clinical, and social aspects of mental health from birth to the preschool years. Leading authorities explore models of development; biological, family, and sociocultural risk and protective factors; and frequently encountered disorders and disabilities. Evidence-based approaches to assessment and treatment are presented, with an emphasis on ways to support strong parent-child relationships. The volume reviews the welldocumented benefits of early intervention and prevention and describes applications in mental health, primary care, childcare, and child welfare settings. New to this Edition: • a major revision reflecting significant scientific and clinical advances • more than 25 new chapters • cutting-edge assessment and intervention models • important findings on brain development and early experiences • key gains in understanding and treating autism, language delays, trauma, attachment disorders, and more. selected Contents: Part I: Development and Context. Part II: Risk and
Assessment of Childhood Disorders Fourth Edition Edited by Eric J. Mash, University of Calgary, Canada, and Russell A. Barkley, State University of New York Upstate Medical University at Syracuse, USA
“Synthesizing a wealth of theoretical, empirical, and practical information, this fourth edition is a tour de force... All serious scholars of child and adolescent psychopathology will want to have this classic work in their library.” - Susan B. Campbell, University of Pittsburgh, USA
Now in an extensively revised and expanded fourth edition, this essential text and clinical guide offers best-practice recommendations for assessing a comprehensive array of child and adolescent mental health problems and health risks. Leading authorities provide an overview of each disorder and describe methods and procedures that take into account the developmental, biological, familial, and cultural contexts of children’s problems, and that can inform sound clinical decision making. The fourth edition has been thoroughly updated with the growing knowledge base on child and family disorders and evidence-based assessment.
Protective Factors. Part III: Assessment. Part IV: Psychopathology. Part V: Intervention. Part VI: Applications of Infant Mental Health.
2007: 866pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-493-5: £57.50
September 2009: 606pp. Hb: 978-1-60623-315-3: £50.00
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Behavioral and Emotional Disorders in Adolescents
Handbook of Pediatric Psychology Fourth Edition Edited by Michael C. Roberts, University of Kansas, USA
Nature, Assessment, and Treatment
“An invaluable resource for psychologists and other health care professionals who provide clinical care, conduct research, or teach courses in pediatric or child health psychology. The editors have enlisted the talents of outstanding scholars who describe the latest in science and practice... An outstanding accomplishment and a ‘must read,’ this book reflects the continuing growth and vibrancy of the field.”
- Dennis Drotar, Director, Center for Adherence Promotion and SelfManagement, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, USA
Sponsored by the Society of Pediatric Psychology, this stateof-the-science work is recognized as the definitive reference in the field. In concise, peer-reviewed chapters, leading authorities comprehensively examine links between psychological and medical issues in children and adolescents. Psychosocial aspects of specific medical problems and developmental, emotional, and behavioral disorders are reviewed. The volume showcases evidence-based approaches to intervention and prevention. It describes innovative ways that professionals can promote positive health behaviors; help children and families cope with medical conditions and their treatment; and collaborate across disciplines to deliver effective clinical services in primary care, mental health, and school settings. Selected Contents: Part I: Professional Issues. Part II: Cross-cutting
Issues. Part III: Medical, Developmental, Behavioral, and Cognitive-affective Conditions. Part IV: Public Health Issues. Part V: Systems. Part VI: Emerging Issues. September 2009: 782pp. Hb: 978-1-60623-328-3: £65.00
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Edited by David A. Wolfe, Centre for Prevention Science, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Ontario, Canada, and Eric J. Mash, University of Calgary, Canada “Superb... Within an integrative biopsychosocial framework, the outstanding contributors provide comprehensive coverage of adolescent disorders and interventions. Chapters effectively describe the state of knowledge about this unique and challenging period of development... Well written for students as well as for fledgling and seasoned professionals.” - Michael C. Roberts, University of Kansas, USA Systematic, authoritative, and timely, this is an outstanding reference and text for anyone working with or studying adolescents. More than 50 leading experts comprehensively review current knowledge on adolescent externalizing disorders, internalizing disorders, developmental disorders, personality and health-related disorders, gender identity and sexual disorders, and maltreatment and trauma. Chapters identify the core features of each disorder; explore its etiology, course, and outcome. Contents: Part I: Introduction. Wolfe, Mash, Behavioral and Emotional Problems in Adolescents: Overview and Issues. Holmbeck, Friedman, Abad, Jandasek, Development and Psychopathology in Adolescence. Kamon, Tolan, Gorman-Smith, Interventions for Adolescent Psychopathology: Linking Treatment and Prevention. Part II: Externalizing Disorders. Barkley, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. McMahon, Kotler, Conduct Problems. Brown, Abrantes, Substance Use Disorders. Part III: Internalizing Disorders. Kendall, Hedtke, Aschenbrand, Anxiety Disorders. Rudolph, Hammen, Daley, Mood Disorders. Goldston, Daniel, Arnold, Suicidal and Nonsuicidal Self-Harm Behaviors. Part IV: Developmental
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Disorders. Hodapp, Kazemi, Rosner, Dykens, Mental Retardation. Lipka, Siegel, Learning Disabilities. Spector, Volkmar, Autism Spectrum Disorders. Part V: Personality and Health-related Disorders. Johnson, Bromley, Bornstein, Sneed, Personality Disorders. Lock, le Grange, Eating Disorders. Brown, Boeving, LaRosa, Carpenter, Health and Chronic Illness. Part VI: Gender Identity and Sexual Disorders. Zucker, Gender Identity Disorder. Kotchick, Armistead, Forehand, Sexual Risk Behavior. Barbaree, Langton, Deviant Sexual Behavior. Part VII: Maltreatment and Trauma. Jouriles, Wolfe, Garrido, McCarthy, Relationship Violence. Wolfe, Rawana, Chiodo, Abuse and Trauma. January 2009: 719pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-225-2: 2006: £54.00 Pb: 978-1-60623-115-9: £28.50
Treating Childhood Behavioral and Emotional Problems
Contents: An Evolving Solution-oriented Therapy Approach with Difficult Adolescents. Guiding Assumptions with an Eye on Solutions. The Improvisational Therapist: Staying Alive and Creating Possibilities Outside the Comfort Zone with Challenging Families. The First Family Interview: Co-creating a Context for Change. Guidelines for Fostering Cooperative Relationships with Difficult Parents. Effective Engagement Strategies with Difficult Adolescents. The No-problem Problem Mandated Family. Cocreating a Climate Ripe for Transformative Dialogues with Helping Allies from Larger Systems. The Second and Subsequent Sessions: Guidelines for Consolidating Gains and Matching Therapeutic Experiments with Family Members’ Learning Styles and Cooperative Response Patterns. The Solutionoriented Parenting Group: Empowering Parents to Be the Agents of Change. Solution-oriented Brief Family Therapy and Beyond.
2008: 292pp. Hb: 978-1-57230-959-3: 2005: £30.00 Pb: 978-1-59385-979-4: £16.50
Handbook of Developmental Disabilities
A Step-by-Step, Evidence-Based Approach Edited by Andrew R. Eisen, Fairleigh Dickinson University, New Jersey, USA
Edited by Samuel L. Odom, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA, Robert H. Horner, University of Oregon, USA, Martha E. Snell, University of Virginia, USA, and Jan Blacher, University of California, USA
“This excellent handbook anticipates DSM-V by organizing the case formulation and treatment of common childhood disorders around typical presenting problems, rather than diagnostic categories. This book will be essential reading for all child clinicians for the next decade.” - David H. Barlow, Boston University, USA
Child clinicians often receive referrals expressing concern that a child is “easily distracted,” “moody,” or “socially anxious,” to name just a few of the most common complaints, yet each of these symptoms can point to a wide range of potential diagnoses. This important book helps the clinician target core symptom dimensions that cut across different emotional and behavioral disorders, providing practical tools and strategies for treating children with multiple, overlapping problems. Leading contributors offer stepby-step guidelines for differential diagnosis, assessment, case formulation, treatment planning, and evidence-based intervention. 2007: 427pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-564-2: £34.00
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Pathways to Change Brief Therapy with Difficult Adolescents Second Edition
“Odom and his colleagues have assembled some of the very best minds in the field of developmental disabilities to provide a comprehensive and up-to-date overview of fundamental issues... the Handbook is an outstanding resource for graduate students and professionals.” - Geraldine Dawson, University of Washington, USA
This authoritative Handbook reviews the breadth of current knowledge about developmental disabilities: neuroscientific and genetic foundations; the impact on health, learning, and behavior; and effective educational and clinical practices. Leading authorities analyze what works in intervening with diverse children and families, from infancy through the school years and the transition to adulthood. selected Contents: Part I: Foundations. Part II: Current Issues in Health, Neuroscience, and Genetics. Part III: Early Intervention. Part IV: School-age Education and Intervention. Part V: Postschool and Adult Issues. Part VI: Behavior Supports. Part VII: Family Issues. Part VIII: International Perspectives and Future Directions.
April 2009: 654pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-485-0: 2007: £55.00 Pb: 978-1-60623-248-4: £28.50
Matthew D. Selekman, Partners for Collaborative Solutions, Evanston, USA
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Ordinary Families, Special Children
“Selekman charts new territories by describing in detail how to use an amazing variety of therapeutic techniques in a truly integrative, context-sensitive, research-based practice... Seasoned clinicians will find plenty of useful tools and inspiration to be creative and push their own limits in therapeutic work with adolescents and their families.” - Mark Beyebach, Pontificia University of Salamanca, Spain This innovative, practical guide presents an effective brief therapy model for working with challenging adolescents and their families. Matthew Selekman demonstrates powerful ways to help families gain new perspectives on longstanding problems and co-construct realistic, well-formulated goals, even when past treatment experiences have left them feeling demoralized. Solution-oriented techniques and strategies are augmented by ideas and findings from other therapeutic traditions, with a focus on engagement and relationship building.
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A Systems Approach to Childhood Disability Third Edition Milton Seligman, University of Pittsburgh School of Education, USA, and Rosalyn Benjamin Darling, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, USA “Seligman and Darling effectively blend clinical insight, current research, and cultural sensitivity in this substantive and exciting third edition... Offering fresh perspectives on families, this extraordinary book is sufficiently accessible for students and will also be appreciated by professionals in the field.” - Jan B. Blacher, University of California, Riverside, USA
child and adolescent clinical problems This popular clinical reference and text provides a multisystems perspective on childhood disability and its effects on family life. The volume examines how child, family, ecological, and sociocultural variables intertwine to shape the ways families respond to disability, and how professionals can promote coping, adaptation, and empowerment. Accessible and engaging, the book integrates theory and research with vignettes and firsthand reflections from family members.
From Russell A. BarklEy, State University of New York Upstate Medical University at Syracuse, USA
April 2009: 434pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-362-4: 2007: £27.00 Pb: 978-1-60623-317-7: £16.99
Third Edition Now in a revised and expanded third edition, this Handbook presents the latest knowledge on the nature, diagnosis, assessment, and treatment of Attention-Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). 2006: 770pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-210-8: £50.00
Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder A Clinical Workbook Third Edition
Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder A Handbook for Diagnosis and Treatment
Contents: Part I: Conceptual Framework. Introduction and Conceptual
Framework I: Social and Cultural Systems. Conceptual Framework II: Family Systems Theory and Childhood Disability. All Families Are Not Alike: Social and Cultural Diversity in Reaction to Childhood Disability. Part II: The Family Life Cycle. Becoming the Parent of a Child with a Disability: Reactions to First Information. Childhood: Continuing Adaptation. Looking to the Future: Adolescence and Adulthood. Part III: The Family System. Effects on the Family as a System. Effects on Fathers. Effects on Siblings. Effects on Grandparents. Part IV: Approaches to Intervention. Professional-Family Interaction: Working Toward Partnership. Perspectives and Approaches for Working with Families. Applying a Partnership Approach to Identifying Family Resources, Concerns, and Priorities: Developing Family Service Plans.
Russell A. Barkley, and Kevin R. Murphy, The Adult ADHD Clinic of Central Massachusetts, Northborough, USA
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What Causes ADHD? Understanding What Goes Wrong and Why Joel T. Nigg, Michigan State University, East Lansing, USA “This is an excellent review of the neuropsychology of ADHD. It will be a “must read” text for students, and researchers.”
The revised and expanded third edition of this user-friendly Workbook provides a master set of the assessment and treatment forms, questionnaires, and handouts recommended by Barkley in the third edition of the Handbook. 2006: 165pp. Pb: 978-1-59385-227-6: £24.00
- Joseph Sergeant, Free University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Synthesizing a wealth of recent neuropsychological research, this groundbreaking book focuses on the multiple pathways by which Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) develops. Joel T. Nigg marshals the best available knowledge on what is actually going on in the symptomatic child’s brain and why, tracing the intersecting causal influences of genetic, neural, and environmental factors. In the process, the book confronts such enduring controversies as the validity of ADHD as a clinical construct. Specific suggestions are provided for studies that might further refine the conceptualization of the disorder, with significant potential benefits for treatment and prevention. Contents: Part I: Conceptual Context. ADHD’s Controversies. Defining “Disorder.” Part II: How Does ADHD Work? Neural Systems. Attention and Arousal. Executive Functioning or Cognitive Control. Motivation. Motor Control and Timing. Part III: Where Does ADHD Come From? Multiple Pathways. Genetic Effects. Uncommon Experiential Risk Factors. Common Experiential Risk Factors. Part IV: Integration. Multiple Pathways Reconsidered. Conclusion.
September 2009: 422pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-267-2: 2006: £31.00 Pb: 978-1-60623-352-8: £17.95
Taking Charge of ADHD The Complete, Authoritative Guide for Parents Revised Edition Hb: 978-1-57230-600-4: 2000: 332pp. £30.50 Pb: 978-1-57230-560-1: 2000: 332pp. £14.50
DVD’S from Russell A. BarklEy ADHD – What Can We Do? DVD: 978-1-59385-425-6: 2006: 30pp. £67.00
ADHD in the Classroom: Strategies for Teachers DVD: 978-1-59385-418-8: 2006: 42pp. £67.00
ADHD: What Do We Know? DVD: 978-1-59385-417-1: 2006: 31pp. £67.00
ADHD in Adults DVD: 978-1-59385-389-1: 2006: 28pp. £67.00 A Dawkins Production
A New Look at ADHD: Inhibition, Time, and Self-Control DVD: 978-1-59385-421-8: 2006: 40pp. £67.00
Getting the Best for Your Child with Autism An Expert’s Guide to Treatment Bryna Siegel, University of California, San Francisco, USA “All parents want to do the best for their children, and this indispensable book shows how, step-bystep. Autism and its treatment are very complex, but Dr. Siegel’s experience and accessible style make the issues crystal clear. She distills the vast amount of information that is out there for parents and separates the good advice from the bad. This book is a beacon of sanity and reassurance for any family navigating these stormy waters.” - Ami Klin, Yale University School of Medicine, USA Each child on the autism spectrum has a unique set of special needs. That’s why their parents deserve a smart, caring advocate to help zero in on proven interventions that are right for their child. Bestselling author Bryna Siegel, one of the world’s leading authorities on autism, deftly guides parents through the complex maze of treatment options. She shows how to obtain an accurate assessment of a child’s strengths and weaknesses, and then provides step-by-step guidance to help parents develop a plan of action tailored to their child’s individual learning style, verbal abilities, and social skills. Contents: Introduction. Part I: Mapping the Road to the Best Treatment: How to Get a Thorough Diagnosis. Off to a Good Start: Timely Screening Will Set You on the Path to Help. Getting Your Footing: What a Diagnosis Can (and Should) Do for You and Your Child. Setting a Course: Navigating the Diagnostic Process to Emerge with a Plan. Part II: Outfitting Yourself to Help Your Child. The Balanced Family: “Adjust Your Own Face Mask Before Attempting to Help Others.” Becoming an Informed Consumer: Getting Your “Personal Best” in Services and Providers. Part III: Putting it Together: Matching Your Child’s Learning Needs with the Treatments That Can Help. Learning Deficits, Learning Styles: What Does Your Child Need? Core Treatments for Autism: Which Interventions Will Meet Your Child’s Needs? The Customized Course: Additional Strategies That Target Specific Needs. Part IV: On the Road: Getting Out There to Get What You Need. Dobel, Navigating the Legal Byways: Entitlements That Foster Learning. Sharing the Driving: The Rights and Responsibilities of a Collaborative Parent. Resources.
2008: 258pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-601-4: £27.00 Pb: 978-1-59385-317-4: £11.50
Assessment of Autism Spectrum Disorders Edited by Sam Goldstein, University of Utah School of Medicine, Salt Lake City, USA, Jack A. Naglieri, George Mason University, Virginia, USA, and Sally Ozonoff, University of California–Davis Medical Center, Sacramento, USA
“This unique resource comprehensively reviews the science and practice of assessment of children with autism spectrum disorders. The list of editors and authors reads like a ‘who’s who’ of the autism field. This book will be an invaluable resource for graduate students and trainees in psychology, psychiatry, speech pathology, and education. It will also serve as a wonderful reference for experienced researchers and practitioners.” - Tony Charman, UCL Institute of Child
Significant progress has been made in assessing children with autism spectrum disorders, but, until now, the field has lacked a single, comprehensive resource that assembles current best practices within a unified assessment framework. This authoritative book demonstrates how to craft a complete, scientifically grounded, and clinically useful portrait of a child’s strengths and difficulties in social behavior, language and communication, intellectual functioning, motor skills, and other key areas of impairment and comorbidity. Contents: Goldstein, Ozonoff, Historical Perspective and Overview. Wing, Potter, The Epidemiology of Autism Spectrum Disorders: Is the Prevalence Rising? Naglieri, Chambers, Psychometric Issues and Current Scales for Assessing Autism Spectrum Disorders. Klin, Subtyping the Autism Spectrum Disorders: Theoretical, Research, and Clinical Considerations. Shea, Mesibov, Age-related Issues in the Assessment of Autism Spectrum Disorders. Gamliel, Yirmiya, Assessment of Social Behavior in Autism Spectrum Disorders. Paul, Wilson, Assessing Speech, Language, and Communication in Autism Spectrum Disorders. Klinger, O’Kelley, Mussey, Assessment of Intellectual Functioning in Autism Spectrum Disorders. Corbett, Carmean, Fein, Assessment of Neuropsychological Functioning in Autism Spectrum Disorders. Deprey, Ozonoff, Assessment of Comorbid Psychiatric Conditions in Autism Spectrum Disorders. Hogan, Marcus, From Assessment to Intervention. Harris, Bruey, Palmieri, Handleman, Assessment of Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders in the Schools. Goldstein, Ozonoff, Clark, Cook, Alternative Methods, Challenging Issues, and Best Practices in the Assessment of Autism Spectrum Disorders.
2008: 384pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-983-1: £30.50
Autism Spectrum Disorders in Infants and Toddlers Diagnosis, Assessment, and Treatment Edited by Katarzyna Chawarska, Ami Klin, and Fred R. Volkmar, all at the Yale Child Study Center, New Haven, USA
“This exemplary volume brings together truly state-of-the-art discussions of new concepts and methods in the early diagnosis and treatment of children with autism spectrum disorders.” - Peter Mundy, Director for Education Research, M.I.N.D. Institute, University of California at Davis, USA
Rich with clinical insights, this volume reviews the state of the science of identifying and treating autism spectrum disorders (ASD) in very young children. Leading authorities examine critical research issues and present innovative approaches to assessing social, cognitive, adaptive, communication, and sensory-motor impairments in the first two years of life. Providing a comprehensive discussion of developmental, behavioral, and medical intervention models, the book also addresses ways to support families in coping with an early ASD diagnosis and becoming effective advocates for their children. Contents: Volkmar, Chawarska, Klin, Autism Spectrum Disorders in Infants and Toddlers: An Introduction. Bishop, Luyster, Richler, Lord, Diagnostic Assessment. Chawarska, Bearss, Assessment of Cognitive and Adaptive Skills. Paul, Communication Development and Assessment. Baranek, Wakeford, David, Understanding, Assessing, and Treating Sensory Motor Issues. Klin, Saulnier, Chawarska, Volkmar, Case Studies of Infants First Evaluated in the Second Year of Life. Wetherby, Woods, Developmental Approaches to Treatment. L. K. Koegel, R. L. Koegel, Fredeen, Gengoux, Naturalistic Behavioral Approaches to Treatment. Smith, Wick, Controversial Treatments. Volkmar, Westphal, Gupta, Wiesner, Medical Issues. Bailey, Supporting Families. Klin, Chawarska, Volkmar, Opportunities for Research: Concepts and Future Directions.
2008: 348pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-649-6: £28.50
Health, London, UK
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Keeping the Peace at Home. Finding the Best School Setting and Programs for Your Child. Forming a Partnership with Your Child’s Teacher. Building Social Skills for Positive Friendships. A Final Word. Appendices.
Treating Bulimia in Adolescents A Family-Based Approach Daniel le Grange, University of Chicago, USA, and James Lock, Stanford University School of Medicine, California, USA
2008: 250pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-706-6: £27.00 Pb: 978-1-59385-407-2: £10.95
“Written by two specialists on eating disorders, this book provides a detailed description of a family-based treatment for adolescents with bulimia nervosa... this is an invaluable resource for clinicians.” - Christopher G. Fairburn, Warneford Hospital, Oxford
Contents: Introduction and Background Information on Bulimia Nervosa. Family-Based Treatment for Adolescent Bulimia Nervosa. Phase I: Initial Evaluation. Session 1: The First Face-to-face Meeting with the Family. Session 1 in Action. Session 2: The Family Meal. Session 2 in Action. The Remainder of Phase I (Sessions 3–10). The Remainder of Phase I in Action. Phase II: Helping the Adolescent Eat on Her Own (Sessions 11–16). Phase II in Action. Phase III: Adolescent Developmental Concerns (Sessions 17–20). Phase III in Action. Summary of a Completed Case.
September 2009: 260pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-414-0: 2007: £24.00 Pb: 978-1-60623-351-1: £16.99
Placed Third in the 2009 American Journal of Nursing’s Book of the Year Awards!
What Works for Bipolar Kids Help and Hope for Parents Mani Pavuluri, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA “This book will be of considerable help to parents struggling to make sense of the disorder and of the myriad clinical recommendations they may receive. It will also be a helpful introduction for clinicians seeking to understand the development, diagnosis, and treatment of early-onset bipolar disorder, and its effects on families.” - David J. Miklowitz, University of Colorado, Boulder, USA
Parents of children with bipolar disorder shouldn’t have to settle for a trial-and-error approach to their child’s well-being – they deserve immediate access to solidly researched and effective therapies. In this compassionate and optimistic book, expert clinician and renowned researcher Mani Pavuluri helps guide parents to proven treatments that are right for their child. Based on 20 years of experience with bipolar kids and their families, the book delivers step-by-step strategies for reducing or eliminating problems with mania, depression, aggression, sleep disturbances, and other symptoms. Contents: Resko, Foreword. Introduction. Helping Your Bipolar Child: A Fresh Outlook. Part I: The Facts and Fundamentals: Knowing the Playground. Yes, Bipolar Disorder Does Occur in Children. Does My Child Really Have Bipolar Disorder? Finding the Right Doctor and Treatment Team. Part II: Treatment That Can Help Your Child and Your Family: Finding the Solutions. Setting the Stage to Make the Most of Treatment: Principles to Get You Off to a Good Start. Managing Your Child’s Moods with Medication. Making Life Better with RAINBOW Therapy. Parenting with Poise: The Secret Ingredient for Success. Part III: Pulling it all Together into Strategies for Specific Situations: Wisdom That Gets You Centered.
Treatment of Bipolar Disorder in Children and Adolescents Edited by Barbara Geller, Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, USA, and Melissa P. DelBello, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, USA
University, Oxford, UK
An indispensable clinical resource, this groundbreaking book is the first treatment manual to focus specifically on adolescent bulimia nervosa. The authors draw on their proven approach to treating anorexia nervosa in the family context and adapt it to the unique needs of this related yet distinct clinical population.
“A wonderful source of both scientific and practical information for clinicians at all levels of training. The volume is up-to-date and highly readable.” - John T. Walkup, Johns
Hopkins Medical Institutions, USA
Recent advances in evidence-based treatment of pediatric bipolar disorder are comprehensively reviewed in this authoritative volume. The prominent editors and contributors examine the current status of widely used medications and psychosocial therapies, as well as exploring new horizons in tailoring treatment to individuals’ neurobiological and clinical profiles. Contents: DelBello, Geller, Introduction. Part I: Diagnosis and
Treatments. Tillman, Geller, Diagnosis, Prognosis, and Personalized Medicine. Patel, DelBello, Neuropsychopharmacology. Findling, Pavuluri, Lithium. Frazier, Bregman, Jackson, Atypical Antipsychotics in the Treatment of Early-onset Bipolar Disorder. Kowatch, Mood Stabilizers. Robb, Joshi, Newer Drugs. Scheffer, Nonpharmacological Biological Treatment for Pediatric Bipolar Disorder: Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Complementary and Alternative Medicine. Miklowitz, Mullen, Chang, Family-focused Treatment for Bipolar Disorder in Adolescence. Davidson, Fristad, Psychoeducational Psychotherapy. Part II: Comorbid Disorders and Special Populations. Wagner, Pharmacotherapy for Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in Children with Mania. Wilens, Gignac, Pediatric Bipolar Disorder and Substance Use Disorders: The Nature of the Relationship, Subtypes at Risk, and Treatment Issues. Joshi, Wozniak, Pediatric Bipolar Disorder and Comorbid Conditions: Treatment Implications. Luby, Stalets, Blankenship, Pautsch, McGrath, Treatment of Preschool Bipolar Disorder: A Novel Parentchild Interaction Therapy and Review of Data on Psychopharmacology. Chang, Treatment of Children and Adolescents at High Risk for Bipolar Disorder. Barnett, Riddle, Walkup, Treatment of Bipolar Depression. Part III: Other Issues. Joshi, Robb, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome. Correll, Weight Gain and Metabolic Abnormalities in Pediatric Bipolar Disorder. Vitiello, Ethical and Regulatory Aspects in the Treatment of Children and Adolescents with Bipolar Disorder. 2008: 418pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-678-6: £34.00
Handbook of Depression in Children and Adolescents Edited by John R. Z. Abela, McGill University, Montreal, Canada, and Benjamin L. Hankin, University of South Carolina, USA
“This outstanding volume offers complete, thorough coverage of theoretical and empirical work on youth depression. It will be an invaluable resource for practitioners seeking a review of contemporary issues in the field, as well as students beginning their studies of unipolar depression in children and adolescents... The volume presents concise, yet exhaustive reviews from an outstanding set of contributors.” - Mitchell J. Prinstein, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA
trauma and abuse
This timely, authoritative volume provides an integrative review of current knowledge on child and adolescent depression, covering everything from epidemiology and neurobiology to evidence-based treatment and prevention. From foremost scientist-practitioners, the book is organized within a developmental psychopathology framework that elucidates the factors that put certain children at risk and what can be done to help. Proven intervention models are discussed in step-by-step detail, with coverage of cognitivebehavioral, interpersonal, and pharmacological approaches, among others. selected Contents: Part I: Introduction and Epidemiology of Depression. Part II: Etiology of Depression. Part III: Treatment of Depression. Part IV: Prevention of Depression. Part V: Special Populations.
2008: 496pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-582-6: £43.50
Placed Second in the 2009 American Journal of Nursing’s Book of the Year Awards!
Helping Teens Who Cut Understanding and Ending Self-Injury Michael Hollander, Director of Adolescent Services at Two Brattle Center, USA “A truly remarkable book. Dr. Hollander offers a wealth of information about cutting, reveals the communication mistakes that even wellintentioned parents make, and illustrates specific ways of talking with kids to help them stop hurting themselves. Empathic, easy to read, and jargon free, this book is a major resource for parents and professionals alike. I recommend it highly.” - Robert Brooks, coauthor of Raising Resilient Children
Discovering that their teen “cuts” is absolutely terrifying for parents. Without a clear understanding of what motivates cutting, many worry their teen may be contemplating suicide. Michael R. Hollander, a leading authority on teen self-injury, gives parents the straight facts about this alarming behavior – and explains what they can do to make it stop. Drawing on years of clinical practice and the latest research, Dr. Hollander shows how overwhelming emotions lead some teens to hurt themselves, and how various treatments – chief among them dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) – can provide effective routes to wellness. Parents learn what to look for in a therapist, how to talk to their teen about cutting without making it worse, and practical strategies for helping their teen cope with extreme emotions in a healthier way. Contents: Introduction: Kids Who Deliberately Hurt Themselves. Part I: Understanding Self-Injury. Fact versus Fiction: Bringing Self-Injury into the Light. What Sets the Stage for Self-Injury? How Does Hurting Themselves Make Some Kids Feel Better? DBT: The Right Therapy for Your Teen. Part II: Helping Your Teen in Treatment and at Home. Making the Most of DBT. Resetting the Stage: How to Help Your Teen Restore Emotion to its Proper Place. Writing a Better Script: New Ways to Discourage Self-Injury. Taking Care of Yourself to Take Care of Your Teen. How to Speak with Siblings, Friends, and the School about Your Child’s Troubles. Appendices.
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Collaborative Treatment of Traumatized Children and Teens The Trauma Systems Therapy Approach Glenn N. Saxe, and B. Heidi Ellis, both at Boston Medical Center and Boston University School of Medicine, USA, and Julie B. Kaplow, New Jersey Medical School, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, USA “This impressive work, representing a collaboration of child psychiatry and psychology, exemplifies the next generation of treatment manuals... This clearly outlined, step-by-step treatment approach will be invaluable for all clinicians dealing with trauma in the difficult social contexts where it most often occurs.” - David H. Barlow, Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders, Boston University, USA
For too many traumatized children and their families, chronic stressors such as poverty, substance abuse, and family or community violence – coupled with an overburdened care system – pose seemingly insurmountable barriers to treatment. This empowering book provides a user-friendly blueprint for making the most of limited resources to help those considered the ‘toughest cases.’ Evidence-based strategies are presented for effectively integrating individualized treatment with services at the home, school, and community levels. Contents: Introduction: Trauma Systems Therapy for Child Traumatic Stress. Part I: Foundations. Survival Circuits: The Neurodevelopmental Foundations of TST. The Regulation of Emotional States: How Child Traumatic Stress is a Disorder of the Regulation of Emotional States. The Social Environment and System of Care: Traumatic Stress Responses are Embedded in a Social Context. Signals of Care: The Importance of Caring Relationships for Traumatized Children. Part II: Getting Started. Ten Treatment Principles: The Principles That Guide TST. Assessment: How to Assess Child Traumatic Stress. Treatment Planning: How to Plan for Child Traumatic Stress Interventions. The Treatment Team: How to Build a Multidisciplinary Treatment Team (and Keep it Going!). Part III: Doing Trauma Systems Therapy. Ready–Set–Go: How to Engage a Family in TST. Stabilization on Site: Community-based Care to Help Kids Stay in their Homes and Schools. Systems Advocacy: Integrating Advocacy into Critical Treatment. Psycho-pharmacology: How Psycho-pharmacology is Integrated within TST. Emotion Regulation Skills: How to Help Children Regulate Emotional States. Cognitive Processing Skills: How to Help Children Think and Talk About Their Traumatic Experiences. Meaning-making Skills: How to Help Children Make Meaning Out of their Traumatic Experiences and Move On with their Lives. Conclusions: Leaving a Better System. Appendices: TST Treatment Planning Form. Emotional Regulation Guide. Systems Advocacy Screener. Cognitive Coping Log. Goal-setting Guide.
September 2009: 338pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-315-0: 2006: £27.00 Pb: 978-1-60623-349-8: £17.95
Child Abuse and Culture Working with Diverse Families
2008: 214pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-705-9: £25.95 Pb: 978-1-59385-426-3: £10.50
Lisa Aronson Fontes, Union Institute and University, Brattleboro, USA “Highly readable and instructive, this is an indispensable how-to guide for professionals and trainees in child protection services, hospitals, schools, and mental health
programs.” - Celia Jaes Falicov, past president, American Family Therapy Academy, USA
trauma and abuse child and
adolescent forensic psychiatry
This expertly written book provides an accessible framework for culturally competent practice with children and families in child maltreatment cases. Numerous workable strategies and concrete examples are presented to help readers address cultural concerns at each stage of the assessment and intervention process. Contents: Multicultural Orientation to Child Maltreatment Work. Working with Immigrant Families Affected by Child Maltreatment. Assessing Diverse Families for Child Maltreatment. Interviewing Diverse Children and Families About Maltreatment. Physical Discipline and Abuse. Child Sexual Abuse. Working with Interpreters in Child Maltreatment. Child Maltreatment Prevention and Parent Education. Improving the Cultural Competency of Your Child Maltreatment Agency or Organization.
2008: 239pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-130-9: 2005: £21.50 Pb: 978-1-59385-643-4: £15.95
The Juvenile Sex Offender Second Edition Edited by Howard E. Barbaree, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, University of Toronto, Canada, and William L. Marshall, Rockwood Psychological Services, Canada
“Excellent... Shows how far our understanding of the juvenile sex offender has progressed. The editors have brought together the leaders in the field to review the broad knowledge base on this topic, including a number of empirically based studies. Mental health and criminal justice professionals reading this text will greatly improve their understanding of the juvenile sex offender.” - Gene G. Abel, Behavioral Medicine Institute of Atlanta, USA
Children as Victims, Witnesses, and Offenders
From leading scientists and practitioners, this authoritative work examines what is known about the nature and development of juvenile sexual offending, the consequences for both victims and perpetrators, and approaches to assessment, intervention, and relapse prevention. Pathways of normal sexual development are described, and the biological, social, and psychological processes that lead to sexual conduct problems are investigated.
Psychological Science and the Law Edited by Bette L. Bottoms, and Cynthia J. Najdowski, both at the University of Illinois at Chicago, USA, and Gail S. Goodman, University of California, Davis, USA “Although much has been written about child abuse victims and juvenile offenders in the last two decades, these literatures have not previously been presented together in such an authoritative, comprehensive, and accessible way. This book is both a resource for established scholars and a well-written introduction for students in applied developmental, forensic, and clinical psychology, as well as social work and juvenile and family law.” - Michael E. Lamb, University
2008: 396pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-198-9: 2005: £34.00 Pb: 978-1-59385-978-7: £18.95
Contents: Ducker, Salerno, Najdowski, Bottoms, Goodman, Child Victims, Child Offenders: An Introduction through Legal Cases. Part I: Child Witnesses. Lyon, Abuse Disclosure: What Adults Can Tell. Greenhoot, Bunnell, Trauma and Memory. Blandon-Gitlin, Pezdek, Children’s Memory in Forensic Contexts: Suggestibility, False Memory, and Individual Differences. Wood, Nathan, Nezworski, Uhl, Child Sexual Abuse Investigations: Lessons Learned from the McMartin and Other Daycare Cases. Saywitz, Camparo, Contemporary Child Forensic Interviewing: Evolving Consensus and Innovation Over 25 Years. Quas, Cooper, Wandrey, Child Victims in Dependency Court. Troxel, Ogle, Cordon, Lawler, Goodman, Child Witnesses in Criminal Court. Myers, Expert Psychological Testimony in Child Sexual Abuse Trials. Golding, Dunlap, Hodell, Jurors’ Perceptions of Children’s Eyewitness Testimony. Bussey, An International Perspective on Child Witnesses. McAuliff, Child Victim Research Comes of Age: Implications for Social Scientists, Practitioners, and the Law. Part II: Child Offenders. Widom, Wilson, How Victims Become Offenders. Redlich, Kassin, Police Interrogation and False Confessions: The Inherent Risk of Youth. Reppucci, Michel, Kostelnik, Challenging Juvenile Transfer: Faulty Assumptions and Misguided Policies. Tolan, Titus, Therapeutic Jurisprudence in Juvenile Justice. Garbarino, Levene, Walsh, Coupet, Girl Offenders: Special Issues. Stevenson, Najdowski, Bottoms, Haegerich, Understanding Adults’ Perceptions of Juvenile Offenders. Petrila, An International Perspective on Juvenile Justice Issues. Slobogin, Different Visions of Juvenile Justice.
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Multisystemic Therapy and Neighborhood Partnerships
of Cambridge, UK
Grounded in the latest clinical and developmental knowledge, this book brings together leading authorities to examine the critical issues that arise when children and adolescents become involved in the justice system. Chapters explore young people’s capacities, competencies, and special vulnerabilities as victims, witnesses, and defendants. Key topics include the reliability of children’s abuse disclosures, eyewitness testimony, interviews, and confessions; the evolving role of the expert witness; the psychological impact of trauma and of legal involvement; factors that shape jurors’ perceptions of children; and what works in rehabilitating juvenile offenders.
September 2009: 416pp. Hb: 978-1-60623-332-0: £30.50
Reducing Adolescent Violence and Substance Abuse Cynthia Cupit Swenson, and Scott W. Henggeler, both at the Medical University of South Carolina, USA, Ida S. Taylor, Gethsemani Community Center, Charleston, USA, and Oliver W. Addison, Charleston, USA “This book contains unusually informative, insightful, and practical information on developing and implementing effective juvenile delinquency programs in very troubled neighborhoods. Remarkably, it will appeal to practitioners, students, and researchers alike – a very rare quality. This is the most user-friendly book of its type I have seen.”
- James C. Howell, University of South Carolina, USA
Based on the proven technology of Multisystemic Therapy (MST), this unique book provides an exemplary approach to empowering communities to reduce youth violence and substance abuse and promote school success. Effective strategies for working with at-risk youth are embedded in a comprehensive framework that enlists the talents and resources of clinicians, human service professionals, neighborhood residents, community organizations, and outside stakeholders. selected Contents: Part I: The Empirical and Clinical Background for the Neighborhood Solutions Project. Part II: Implementing Prevention and Intervention Programs in Collaboration with Neighborhood Residents. Part III: Attaining and Sustaining Neighborhood-based Programs.
April 2009: 272pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-109-5: 2004: £27.50 Pb: 978-1-60623-269-9: £16.99
child and adolescent forensic psychiatry
school-based mental health and learning disabilities
Multisystemic Therapy for Antisocial Behavior in Children and Adolescents
Adolescents and Adults with Learning Disabilities and ADHD
Second Edition Scott W. Henggeler, and Sonja K. Schoenwald, both at the Medical University of South Carolina, USA, Charles M. Borduin, University of Missouri, USA, Melisa D. Rowland, and Phillippe B. Cunningham, both at the Medical University of South Carolina, USA “This impressive second edition builds upon new research and clinical experience to expand and enrich a classic guide. I enthusiastically recommend this book to all of my colleagues in the mental health field. It is an excellent text for family therapy courses and for courses on child and adolescent treatment in psychology, social work, counseling and marriage and family therapy training programs.” - Nancy Boyd-Franklin, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, USA
Multisystemic therapy (MST) has grown dramatically since the initial publication of this comprehensive manual. Today, over 400 MST programs operate in more than thirty states and ten countries, supported by a strong empirical evidence base. This book explains the principles of MST and provides clear guidelines for clinical assessment and intervention with delinquent youth and their families. Contents: The Multisystemic Therapy Theory of Change: Conceptual and Empirical Bases. Clinical Foundations. Family Interventions. Peer Interventions. Promoting Educational and Vocational Success. When and How to Conduct Individually Oriented Interventions. Building Social Supports for Families. Treating Substance Abuse. MST Outcomes. Quality Assurance and Improvement: Fundamental to MST Programs Worldwide.
April 2009: 324pp. Hb: 978-1-60623-071-8: £27.00
Assessment and Accommodation Noël Gregg, University of Georgia, Athens, USA “An exceptionally well-written, detailed, authoritative, and sciencebased review of appropriate educational accommodations for teens and adults with ADHD and/or LD, and the documentation needed to obtain them. It is the best contemporary treatment of this topic available.” - Russell A. Barkley, State University of New York Upstate Medical University at Syracuse, USA
Most of the literature on learning disabilities and attention-deficit/ hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) focuses on the needs of elementaryage children, but older students with these conditions also require significant support. Comprehensive and authoritative, this book helps educators and clinicians navigate the maze of laws, policies, and scientific research relating to diagnostic and intervention decision making for adolescents and adults. Leading expert Noel Gregg provides clear guidance on how to conduct and document evidence-based assessments and select appropriate instructional and testing accommodations. Contents: Why Are Accommodations Important? Documentation for Accommodation Access. Broad and Specific Cognitive Processing. Social, Emotional, and Behavioral Assessment and Accommodation. Reading Assessment and Accommodation. Writing Assessment and Accommodation. Different Symbol Systems: Mathematics, Science, and Second Languages. Accommodations on Large-scale Assessments.
March 2009: 316pp. Hb: 978-1-60623-034-3: £27.00
New in Paperback!
The Art and Science of Child Custody Evaluations
“Gould and Martindale have given mental health professionals a thoughtful, thorough, and impressively evidence-based overview of the what, how, and why of child custody evaluations... This book should be read by students and professionals not only for the information it offers, but also for its cautions – ethical, practical, and human.” - Robert E. Emery, University of Virginia, USA
Addressing key topics in child custody evaluation, this book provides essential knowledge for practitioners who want to meet the highest standards for both scientific validity and legal admissibility. The authors are leading experts who describe the latest data-based approaches to understanding and assessing relevant child, parent, and family factors. selected Contents: Part I: Child Custody Evaluations and the Best Interests of the Child. Part II: The Art of Child Custody Evaluations. Part III: The Science of Child Custody Evaluations: Factors to Assess in Child Custody Evaluations. Part IV: The Art and Science of Child Custody Evaluations: Assessing Allegations of Maltreatment.
Helping At-Risk Students A Group Counseling Approach for Grades 6-9
Jonathan W. Gould, in private practice, Charlotte, USA, and David A. Martindale, in private practice, New Jersey, USA
April 2009: 450pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-488-1: 2007: £27.00 Pb: 978-1-60623-261-3: £18.50
Second Edition Jill Waterman, University of California, USA, and Elizabeth Walker, in private practice, Denver, USA “Waterman and Walker have developed a counseling curriculum that is flexible, engaging, empirically validated, and, most importantly, effective. I would recommend this book to school psychologists, counselors, and others charged with improving the lives of at-risk children and adolescents.” - Dennis Dierck, School Psychologist, Garden Grove Unified School District, USA
Engaging, activity based, and effective, this widely used group counseling curriculum (the SPARK program) is designed for flexible implementation in school or clinical settings. The program helps youth build skills for school success and social-emotional growth while exploring such crucial topics as personal goals, ethnic identity and prejudice, peer pressure, violence prevention, and family relationships. Contents: Part I: Guidelines for Setting Up and Leading Groups. Goals of the SPARK Program. Getting Started. Selecting Group Members. Structure of the Groups. Group Leaders. Presenting the Groups to Prospective
school-based mental health and learning disabilities Members. Pregroup Individual Interviews and/or Questionnnaires. Group Counseling Techniques. Developing Trust and Understanding Confidentiality. Building Group Cohesion. Group Process. Developmental Considerations. Maintaining Order and Leader Sanity. Uses and Parameters of Check-in and Check-out. Issues in Ending the Groups. Dilemmas for Group Leaders. Handling Issues of Child Abuse and Suicidality. Suicidality. Balancing the Needs of Individual Group Members with the Requirements of the Psychoeducational Curriculum. Dealing with Members Who Do Not Participate. Dealing with Chronically Disruptive Members. Parameters of the Group Leader Role. Adapting the Curriculum for Full Classroom Use. Part II: The SPARK Curriculum. Overview of Module Content. Recruitment Criteria. Module One: Trust-building and Communication Skills. Module Two: Anger Management and Emotion Regulation Skills. Module Three: Ethnic Identity and Anti-prejudice. Module Four: Educational Aspirations. Module Five: Peer Pressure, Bullying, and Gangs. Module Six: Male–Female Relationships. Module Seven: Exposure to Violence and Posttraumatic Stress Reactions. Module Eight: Family Relationships. Termination Session: The Party. Part III: Effectiveness of SPARK Groups. Characteristics of Participating Group Members. Family Structure and Distress. Outcome of the SPARK Groups. Time 1 and Time 2 Differences for Those in the Treatment Group. Time 1 and Time 2 Differences for Those in the Control Group. Comparisons between the Treatment and Control Groups. Pilot Evaluations of New and Revised Modules in this Edition. Summary and Conclusions. Information Regarding Data Analyses. Appendices. February 2009: 272pp. Pb: 978-1-60623-002-2: £24.00
Developing Schoolwide Programs to Prevent and Manage Problem Behaviors
“More than ever before, educators are now called to provide services for children at risk for behavior problems. It is critical that teachers, administrators, and other education professionals, as well as school psychologists, have an understanding of how to apply evidence-based, schoolwide behavior support interventions. This excellent book provides knowledge and practical skills that educators need.” - T. Chris Riley-Tillman, Director of Graduate Studies in School Psychology, East Carolina University, USA
Packed with hands-on tools and grounded in the latest research, this important resource provides guidelines for designing, implementing, and evaluating a schoolwide primary prevention program. The authors’ team-based, school-tested approach includes behavioral, academic, and social components that can be tailored to address any school’s needs. Each chapter presents real-world examples alongside essential information about how to prevent the development of antisocial behavior in grades K–12. Contents: Preventing and Managing Problem Behavior in Our Schools:
Schoolwide Prevention Models Lessons Learned in Elementary Schools Edited by Charles R. Greenwood, University of Kansas, USA, Thomas R. Kratochwill, University of Wisconsin–Madison, USA, and Melissa Clements, MGT of America, Tallahassee, USA
“This book presents case studies from real schools, featuring students with real reading and social-behavioral difficulties. It would make an excellent graduate text for classes in general education, special education, and school psychology.” - Frank M. Gresham, Louisiana State University, USA
Showcasing evidence-based models for schoolwide prevention of reading and behavior problems, this book is highly informative, practical, and grounded in research. Chapters first identify the core features of effective three-tier prevention models and explain their role within a response-to-intervention framework. In-depth case studies then illustrate the experience of implementing distinct models (targeting reading problems, behavior problems, or both) in actual schools across the country. 2008: 296pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-839-1: £27.00
Smart But Scattered The Revolutionary “Executive Skills” Approach to Helping Kids Reach Their Potential
A Step-by-Step Approach Kathleen Lynne Lane, Peabody College of Vanderbilt University, Tennessee, USA, Jemma Robertson Kalberg, Seneca Center, California, USA, and Holly Mariah Menzies, California State University, Los Angeles, USA
Peg Dawson, and Richard Guare, both at the Center for Learning and Attention Disorders, New Hampshire, USA “Drs. Dawson and Guare translate cuttingedge research into meaningful, practical, well-organized, and easy-to-implement strategies that parents can use to enhance a child’s natural executive abilities. This brilliant book is by far the best on the topic that I have read to date.” - Russell A. Barkley, author of Taking Charge of ADHD
Scientists who study child development have recently found that kids who are “smart but scattered” lack or lag behind in crucial executive skills. Drawing on this revolutionary discovery, school psychologist Peg Dawson and neuropsychologist Richard Guare have developed an innovative program that parents and teachers can use to strengthen kids’ abilities to plan ahead, be efficient, follow through, and get things done. 2008: 314pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-987-9: £24.00 Pb: 978-1-59385-445-4: £10.95
A Formidable Task. Primary Prevention Across the K-12 Grade Span: Developing a Solid Foundation. A Closer Look at the Positive Behavior Support Model. Designing and Implementing Primary Prevention Models. Assessment and Screening at the Primary Level. Determining How Well the Program is Working: Monitoring Outcomes and Identifying Nonresponsive Students. Getting Started in Your School: Frequently Asked Questions. March 2009: 196pp. Pb: 978-1-60623-032-9: £21.95
Assessment for Intervention A Problem-Solving Approach Edited by Rachel Brown-Chidsey, University of Southern Maine, USA “An excellent and up-to-date resource for anyone conducting behavioral and academic assessment in the schools. Brown-Chidsey brings together some of the best-known
school-based mental health and learning disabilities
authors in the area of problem-solving assessment, with a nice mix of conceptual foundation chapters and chapters geared toward specific applications.” - Lisa Habedank Stewart, Minnesota State University
Bullying Prevention and Intervention
Problem-solving-based assessment has been recognized as a cornerstone of improved educational outcomes for all children, yet until now no single resource has focused on the full range of problem-solving-based approaches. This book fills a crucial need by bringing together leaders in the field to review the state of the science and provide a handy primer on practice. Presented are a conceptual framework and up-to-date tools for identifying and remediating the many environmental factors that may contribute to academic, emotional, or behavioral difficulties. 2008: 382pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-140-8: 2005: £33.00 Pb: 978-1-59385-690-8: £18.95
Series: Guilford School Practitioner
Realistic Strategies for Schools Susan M. Swearer, University of Nebraska– Lincoln, USA, Dorothy L. Espelage, University of Illinois, Urbana–Champaign, USA, and Scott A. Napolitano, in private practice, Lincoln, USA “Swearer et al., leaders in the area of bullying prevention, have prepared an excellent resource for helping educators and practitioners understand bullying and its remediation. This well-documented book provides an easy-to-read review of the extent of the problem, the policies that schools and communities have used to address it, and ways to develop effective local solutions.” - Andy Horne, University of Georgia, USA
Conducting SchoolBased Functional Behavioral Assessments A Practitioner’s Guide Second Edition Mark W. Steege, University of Southern Maine, USA, and T. Steuart Watson, Miami University, Ohio, USA “This comprehensive guide for school psychologists and behavior analysts addresses a wide range of critical topics. The authors’ commitment to sharing strategies for brief as well as more intensive approaches is critical to school settings that may lack resources and personnel for conducting functional behavioral assessments (FBAs).”
Grounded in research and extensive experience in schools, this engaging book describes practical ways to combat bullying at the school, class, and individual levels. Step-by-step strategies are presented for developing school- and district-wide policies, coordinating team-based prevention efforts, and implementing targeted interventions with students at risk. Contents: Bullying Behaviors in Elementary, Middle, and High Schools. Social-ecological Problems Associated with Bullying Behaviors. Understanding Bullying as a Social Relationship Problem. Swearer, Limber, Alley, Developing and Implementing an Effective Anti-bullying Policy. Alley, Limber, Legal Issues for School Personnel. Using Your Own Resources to Combat Bullying. Practical Strategies to Reduce Bullying. The Impact of Technology on Relationships. Evaluating Your Efforts.
March 2009: 170pp. Pb: 978-1-60623-021-3: £21.00
Series: Practical Intervention in the Schools
- Don Kincaid, University of South Florida, USA
Explaining the “whats,” “whys,” and “how-tos” of functional behavioral assessment, this practical and engaging book is packed with real-world tools and examples. Effective procedures are presented for evaluating challenging behavior in K-12 students, organizing assessment data, and using the results to craft individualized behavior support plans. Functional Behavioral Assessment. Legal Aspects of Functional Behavioral Assessment. Everything You Always Wanted to Know about the Conceptual Foundations of Functional Behavioral Assessments... But Were Afraid to Ask: Or, Basic Principles of Functional Behavioral Assessment. Key Elements of Functional Behavioral Assessment. Observing and Recording Behavior. Indirect Functional Behavioral Assessment. Direct Descriptive Functional Behavioral Assessment. Brief Functional Analysis of Behavior. Behavioranalytic Problem-solving Model. Function-based Interventions. Sample Functional Behavioral Assessment Reports. Direct Behavioral Consultation: Or, “How Do We Get People to Implement Interventions Accurately and Consistently?”
Series: Practical Intervention in the Schools
Helping Students Overcome Depression and Anxiety A Practical Guide Second Edition Kenneth W. Merrell, University of Oregon, Eugene, USA
Contents: Introduction to Functional Behavioral Assessment. Genesis of
March 2009: 270pp. Pb: 978-1-60623-027-5: £24.00
“The second edition of this highly regarded book retains the excellent qualities of the original volume. It is well written, easily understandable by the beginning graduate student, and yet clearly of value to the experienced practitioner.” - Caroline H. Wandle, Director, School Psychology Program, Department of Education, Tufts University, USA
Now in a revised and expanded second edition, this popular guide provides expert information and clear-cut strategies for assessing and treating internalizing problems in school settings. More than 40 specific psychoeducational and psychosocial intervention techniques are detailed, with a focus on approaches that are evidence based, broadly applicable, and easy to implement. 2008: 265pp. Pb: 978-1-59385-648-9: £24.50
Series: Practical Intervention in the Schools
clinical psychology and psychiatry
Clinical Handbook of Psychological Disorders
An Empirical Approach
Fourth Edition Edited by David H. Barlow, Boston University, Massachusetts, USA “This is the best single-volume presentation of the state of the art for psychologists, social workers, and other mental health professionals working with people suffering from common mental disorders. Each up-to-date chapter provides a comprehensive review of assessment and therapy methods. This fourth edition will be an indispensable resource for clinicians for years to come.” - Michael E. Thase, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic, USA
Now in a thoroughly revised and expanded fourth edition, this widely adopted text provides students and practitioners with stateof-the-science guidelines for treating frequently encountered adult disorders. Contributors are leading clinical researchers who present essential background knowledge on each problem, describe the conceptual and empirical bases of their respective approaches, and detail the nuts and bolts of evidence-based assessment and intervention, including vivid clinical illustrations. 2008: 740pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-572-7: £50.00
Patrick W. Corrigan, Illinois Institute of Technology, USA, Kim T. Mueser, Dartmouth Medical School, New Hampshire, USA, Gary R. Bond, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, USA, Robert E. Drake, Dartmouth Medical School, New Hampshire, USA, and Phyllis Solomon, University of Pennsylvania, USA “After reading this book I feel much more optimistic about the field of rehabilitation. The book demonstrates that moving a person along the recovery road requires sensitive services that take into account a wide variety of factors, including stigma and the novel concept of peer support. The emphasis is on providing culturally relevant, accessible services with active collaboration from consumers... Few volumes provide such added value.” - Til Wykes, Institute of Psychiatry, London, UK This comprehensive, authoritative work provides a state-of-the-art review of current knowledge and best practices for helping adults with psychiatric disabilities move forward in their recovery process. The authors draw on extensive research and clinical expertise to accessibly describe the “whats,” “whys,” and “how-tos” of psychiatric rehabilitation. selected Contents: Part I: Introduction. Part II: Service Approaches.
Rehabilitation Assessment. Part III: Special Populations and Problems. Part IV: System Considerations.
Also by David H. Barlow
Anxiety and Its Disorders
July 2009: 562pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-489-8: 2007: £50.00 Pb: 978-1-60623-344-3: £27.00
The Nature and Treatment of Anxiety and Panic
Second Edition Hb: 978-1-57230-430-7: 2002: 704pp. £57.50 Pb: 978-1-59385-028-9: 2004: 704pp. £31.00
New in Paperback!
Principles and Practice of Psychiatric Rehabilitation
A Step-by-Step Treatment Manual
Managing Pain Before it Manages You Third Edition
Preventing Boundary Violations in Clinical Practice Thomas G. Gutheil, and Archie Brodsky, both at Harvard Medical School, and Cofounders of the Program in Psychiatry and the Law, Massachusetts, USA
“Gutheil and Brodsky have done an outstanding job. Reading this text is like taking a course with the authors, who demonstrate great wisdom and perspicacity as they build the reader’s awareness, elucidate what constitutes a boundary violation, and provide strategies for prevention.” - Frank M. Dattilio, Harvard Medical School and University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, USA
Highly practical and engaging, this authoritative book prepares clinicians of any orientation to navigate the clinical and ethical dilemmas involved in maintaining appropriate therapeutic boundaries. The authors explain what boundary violations are, their harmful impact on both patient and therapist, and how to avoid them. Along with sexual misconduct, areas such as role reversal, gifts, self-disclosure, out-of-office encounters, and physical contact are covered. 2008: 340pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-691-5: £25.95
Margaret A. Caudill, Vermont Department of Health, USA “This book continues to be the gold standard for the self-management of pain. It is informative, easy to read, and encouraging. An invaluable guide for anyone who wishes to take charge of his or her life despite persistent pain.” - Dennis C. Turk, coauthor of The Pain Survival Guide
Updated and expanded with the latest clinically proven strategies, the third edition of this bestselling workbook enables chronic pain sufferers to take charge of their symptoms and get their lives back. This award-winning book by pain specialist Dr. Margaret A. Caudill has already helped more than 150,000 readers. Drawing on the recent explosion in knowledge about pain, the revised edition delivers powerful ways to decrease pain-related distress. Useful worksheets and guided self-explorations help readers understand their pain process, recognize factors that exacerbate or relieve symptoms, and learn how to manage thoughts and emotions related to pain. Contents: Benson, Foreword. Preface to the Third Edition. Before You Begin: How This Book Can Help You. Beginning to Take Control of Your Pain. Understanding Pain. The Mind-body Connection. The Body-mind Connection. The Power of the Mind. Adopting Healthy Attitudes. Nutrition and Pain. Effective Communication. Effective Problem Solving. The End of the Beginning. Appendices.
2008: 272pp. Pb: 978-1-59385-982-4: £15.95
clinical problems: addictions
Women and Addiction A Comprehensive Handbook Edited by Kathleen T. Brady, and Sudie E. Back, both at the Medical University of South Carolina, USA, and Shelly F. Greenfield, Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts, USA “An exceptional contribution. The breadth and depth of this book are impressive, with coverage of neurobiology, psychosocial models, epidemiology, and much more. The gender gap in the substance abuse literature has long been an issue, and this comprehensive work marks a leap forward... Bravo to the editors and contributors for this truly fine work.” - Lisa M. Najavits, Boston University School of Medicine; Harvard Medical School; and National Center for PTSD, Boston VA Medical Center, USA
For many years, addiction research focused almost exclusively on men. Yet scientific awareness of sex and gender differences in substance use disorders has grown tremendously in recent decades. This volume brings together leading authorities to review the state of the science and identify key directions for research and clinical practice. Concise, focused chapters illuminate how biological and psychosocial factors influence the etiology and epidemiology of substance use disorders in women; their clinical presentation, course, and psychiatric comorbidities; treatment access; and treatment effectiveness. selected Contents: Part I: Overview. Part II: Biological Issues. Part III: Cooccurring Psychiatric Disorders. Part IV: Treatment Outcome. Part V: Specific Substances. Part VI: Special Populations. Part VII: Social and Policy Issues.
Contingency Management in Substance Abuse Treatment Edited by Stephen T. Higgins, University of Vermont, USA, Kenneth Silverman, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, USA, and Sarah H. Heil, University of Vermont, USA “This well-written book offers a comprehensive overview of contingency management. The authors provide evidence-based information on the treatment of a wide range of substance use disorders in different populations and treatment settings... Highly recommended for all those working in the field of addiction or psychiatry, from students to experienced clinicians.” - Cor A. J. de Jong, Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Timely and authoritative, this volume brings together leading clinical researchers to describe contemporary applications of contingency management principles across a wide range of substance use disorders and patient populations. 2007: 380pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-571-0: £30.50
June 2009: 526pp. Hb: 978-1-60623-107-4: £43.50
Jane Ellen Smith, and Robert J. Meyers, both at University of New Mexico, USA “What can you do for people with a substance-abusing loved one who refuses to get help? Quite a lot, as it turns out... Smith and Meyers describe the CRAFT method that they have shown to be highly effective not only in reducing family members’ distress, but also in getting their loved one into treatment. Their clearly written and wellorganized narrative provides step-by-step guidelines for delivering this evidence-based approach.” - William R. Miller, University of New Mexico, USA
Filling a crucial need, this book presents a time- and cost-effective therapy program oriented to the concerned significant other (CSO) who wants to motivate a family member or partner to seek help. Community Reinforcement and Family Training (CRAFT) is a nonconfrontational approach that teaches CSOs how to change their own behavior in order to reward sobriety, discourage substance use, and ultimately to help get the substance abuser into treatment. The CSO also gains valuable skills for problem solving and self-care.
Treating Alcohol and Drug Problems in Psychotherapy Practice Doing What Works
Motivating Substance Abusers to Enter Treatment Working with Family Members
Recommended by the National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) for use in National Health Service treatment units
Arnold M. Washton, Recovery Options, New York, USA, and Joan E. Zweben, University of California, San Francisco, USA “Finally, office-based therapists do not have to avoid or refer clients with substance use disorders and can get the detailed, practical, and science-based information they need to work with them. Washton and Zweben offer a patient-oriented, integrative, sophisticated, and practical approach that can increase the competence and confidence of all therapists, even the most knowledgeable, in managing alcohol and drug problems in their offices... Every mental health practitioner should read this guide and keep it at hand.” - Carlo C. DiClemente, University of Maryland-
Baltimore County, USA
Written specifically for the office-based psychotherapist, this practical guide describes how to detect, assess, diagnose, and treat clients presenting with a range of alcohol and drug problems. Detailed is an integrated, flexible psychotherapeutic approach that emphasizes building a strong therapeutic relationship, engaging clients “where they are,” and addressing substance use within the larger context of clients’ lives. The authors describe in very pragmatic terms how to use a combination of motivational, cognitive-behavioral, 12-step, and psychodynamic techniques with clients at different stages of change. 2008: 336pp. Hb: 978-1-57230-077-4: 2006: £30.00 Pb: 978-1-59385-980-0: £16.50
2008: 289pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-052-4: 2004: £28.50 Pb: 978-1-59385-646-5: £16.50
From Dennis M. Donovan, and G. Alan Marlatt, both at the University of Washington, USA
Edited by Joseph H. Obegi, Alliant University, San Diego, USA, and Ety Berant, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat Gan, Israel
Edited by Dennis M. Donovan, and G. Alan Marlatt “Current ‘hot topics’ in the field of addiction treatment are covered in a highly comprehensive and readerfriendly way... I recommend this book to all mental health professionals and educators.” - S. Lala Ashenberg
Straussner, New York University School of Social Work, USA
This comprehensive clinical resource and text is grounded in cutting-edge knowledge about the biopsychosocial processes involved in addictive behaviors. 2008: 480pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-175-0: 2005: £40.00 Pb: 978-1-59385-640-3: £18.95
Maintenance Strategies in the Treatment of Addictive Behaviors Second Edition Edited by G. Alan Marlatt, and Dennis M. Donovan “In the second edition of this influential work, Marlatt and Donovan provide an updated reconceptualization of the relapse process that incorporates cutting-edge research on craving, expectancies, contingencies, and self-regulation.” - Carlo C. DiClemente, University of Maryland–
Baltimore County, USA
This important work elucidates why relapse is so common for people recovering from addictive behavior problems – and what can be done to keep treatment on track. 2008: 416pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-176-7: 2005: £32.50 Pb: 978-1-59385-641-0: £17.95
“This comprehensive volume stands as the state-of-the-art guide to the clinical applications of attachment theory... At a time when psychotherapists are concerned to establish meaningful links with empirical research, this impressive book is especially necessary.” - Lewis Aron, Director, Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, New York University, USA
Written with the practicing psychotherapist in mind, this invaluable book presents cutting-edge knowledge on adult attachment and explores the implications for day-to-day clinical practice. Leading experts illustrate how theory and research in this dynamic area can inform assessment, case formulation, and clinical decision making. The book puts such concepts as the secure base, mentalization, and attachment styles in a new light by focusing on their utility for understanding the therapeutic relationship and processes of change. Contents: Obegi, Berant, Introduction. Part I: Theoretical Foundations.
Shaver, Mikulincer, An Overview of Adult Attachment Theory. Farber, Metzger, The Therapist as Secure Base. Jurist, Meehan, Attachment, Mentalization, and Reflective Functioning. Lopez, Clinical Correlates of Adult Attachment Organization. Part II: Assessing Attachment. Levy, Kelly, Using Interviews to Assess Adult Attachment. Fraley, Phillips, Self-report Measures of Adult Attachment in Clinical Practice. Berant, Attachment Styles, the Rorschach, and the Thematic Apperception Test: Using Traditional Projective Measures to Assess Aspects of Attachment. Part III: Clinical Utility. Cobb, Davila, Internal Working Models and Change. Mallinckrodt, Daly, Wang, An Attachment Approach to Adult Psychotherapy. Tolmacz, Transference and Attachment. Mikulincer, Shaver, Cassidy, Berant, Attachment-related Defensive Processes. Nelson, An Attachment Perspective on Crying in Therapy. Part IV: Integration with Clinical Approaches. Eagle, Wolitzky, Adult Psychotherapy from the Perspectives of Attachment Theory and Psychoanalysis. Florsheim, McArthur, An Interpersonal Approach to Attachment and Change. Johnson, Attachment Theory and Emotionally Focused Therapy: Perfect Partners. McBride, Atkinson, Attachment Theory and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy. Part V: Future Directions. Berant, Obegi, Attachment-informed Psychotherapy Research with Adults: Current Status and Future Directions. Holmes, Getting it Together: From Attachment Research to Clinical Practice. February 2009: 529pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-998-5: £37.50
No More Bets, Please!
Overcoming Problem Gambling
“This DVD provides a comprehensive look at the downward spiral of problem gambling and the path to recovery... This program is a fitting teaching tool for students and counselors who want to know more about problem gambling, and for gamblers searching for hope and change.” - Lia Nower, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, USA
This straight-talking, empowering video program offers essential information on how problem gambling develops, its damaging impact on individuals and families, and how it can successfully be treated. Produced by Monkey See Productions
Clinical Applications of the Adult Attachment Interview Edited by Howard Steele, and Miriam Steele, both at the New School for Social Research, USA
Presented by H. G. Nelson, with Alex Blaszczynski, and Michael Walker
DVD: 978-1-59385-826-1: 2008: £30.50
Attachment Theory and Research in Clinical Work with Adults
Assessment of Addictive Behaviors
“Exceptionally coherent and immensely helpful, this book comprehensively reviews how the Adult Attachment Interview can be used to guide clinical work in a range of high-priority contexts... An essential book for all those who work with children.” - Peter Fonagy, University College London, UK The Adult Attachment Interview (AAI) is both a mainstay of attachment research and a powerful clinical tool. This unique book provides a thorough introduction to the AAI and its use as an adjunct to a range of therapeutic approaches, including cognitivebehavioral therapy, psychoanalytic psychotherapy, parent-infant psychotherapy, home visiting programs, and supportive work
in the context of foster care and adoption. Leading authorities provide detailed descriptions of clinical procedures and techniques, illustrated with vivid case material.
selected Contents: Part I: The AAI in Clinical Context. Part II: Intervention Research with Mothers, Infants, and Toddlers. Part III: Parent-Infant Relationships, Adolescents, and Adults in Psychotherapy. Part IV: The AAI and Trauma. Part V: The AAI, Foster Care, and Adoptive Placements.
Edited by James E. Mitchell, University of North Dakota, USA, and Carol B. Peterson, University of Minnesota, USA “A critically important book that will have a significant impact on clinical care and research... Top eating disorder researchers provide the necessary tools for integrating observation and verbal inquiry to deliver state-of-the-art care.” - David B. Herzog,
2008: 501pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-696-0: £33.00
Handbook of Attachment
Harvard Eating Disorders Center, Massachusetts General Hospital, USA
Theory, Research, and Clinical Applications Second Edition Edited by Jude Cassidy, University of Maryland, USA, and Phillip R. Shaver, University of California, USA “Destined to become a classic reference work in the field. All chapters are completely updated, and important new topics have been added that make this an even more compelling volume than its predecessor. This book belongs in the library of professionals and graduate students in developmental and clinical psychology, pediatrics, and psychiatry.” - Dante Cicchetti, University of Minnesota, USA
From foremost authorities, this comprehensive work is more than just the standard reference on attachment – it has “become indispensable” in the field. Coverage includes the origins and development of attachment theory; biological and evolutionary perspectives; and the role of attachment processes in personality, relationships, and mental health across the lifespan.
Concise and practical yet comprehensive, this unique book provides a clear framework and a range of up-to-date tools for assessing patients with eating disorders. Leading clinicians and researchers describe the nuts and bolts of using diagnostic interviews, standardized databases, structured instruments, self-report and family-based measures, medical and nutritional assessment, ecological momentary assessment, and strategies for evaluating body image disturbance. Contents: Walsh, Satir, Diagnostic Issues. Gordon, Denoma, Joiner, Jr., The Classification of Eating Disorders. Peterson, Conducting the Diagnostic Interview. Mitchell, A Standardized Database. Grilo, Structured Instruments. Peterson, Mitchell, Self-report Measures. Crow, Swigart, Medical Assessment. Rock, Nutritional Assessment. le Grange, Family Assessment. Thompson, Roehrig, Cafri, Heinberg, Assessment of Body Image Disturbance. Engel, Wonderlich, Crosby, Ecological Momentary Assessment. Mitchell, Treatment Planning.
2008: 242pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-196-5: 2005: £28.50 Pb: 978-1-59385-642-7: £15.95
selected Contents: Part I: Overview of Attachment Theory. Part II:
James E. Mitchell, University of North Dakota, USA, Michael J. Devlin, New York State Psychiatric Institute, USA, Martina de Zwaan, University of Erlangen–Nuremberg, Germany, and Scott J. Crow, and Carol B. Peterson, both at the University of Minnesota, USA
2008: 1020pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-874-2: £84.50 Pb: 978-1-60623-028-2: £37.50
Attachment in Psychotherapy David J. Wallin, in private practice, Mill Valley and Albany, USA “Simply the best integration of key advances in attachment theory and research and their applications to psychotherapy. Complex concepts are carefully elucidated and brilliantly illustrated with clinical examples. This book is an important reference for all clinicians and students.” - Peter Fonagy,
University College London, UK
This eloquent book translates attachment theory and research into an innovative framework that grounds adult psychotherapy in the facts of childhood development. Advancing a model of treatment as transformation through relationship, the author integrates attachment theory with neuroscience, trauma studies, relational psychotherapy, and the psychology of mindfulness. Vivid case material illustrates how therapists can tailor interventions to fit the attachment needs of their patients, thus helping them to generate the internalized secure base for which their early relationships provided no foundation.
Binge-Eating Disorder Clinical Foundations and Treatment
Biological Perspectives. Part III: Attachment in Infancy and Childhood. Part IV: Attachment in Adolescence and Adulthood. Part V: Psychopathology and Clinical Applications of Attachment Theory and Research. Part VI: Systems, Culture, and Context.
Assessment of Eating Disorders
“This book is a landmark toolkit for clinicians and students. The research evidence has been extracted and analyzed in a readily accessible format, and ambiguities and uncertainties in the field are clearly presented. The cognitive-behavioral intervention model in the second part of the book is an excellent example of how science can be translated into treatment.” - Janet Treasure, Eating Disorders
Research Unit, Department of Academic Psychiatry, Guy’s Hospital, London, UK
This innovative scientific reference and clinical tool is virtually two books in one. Part I thoroughly yet succinctly reviews the literature on binge-eating disorder, covering diagnosis and epidemiology, clinical features and course, links to obesity, medical risks, and current treatment data. Part II provides an evidencebased cognitive-behavioral treatment manual. Session-by-session guidelines address how to help individuals or groups change their eating behavior, cope with emotional triggers, restructure problematic thoughts, deal with body image concerns and associated problems, maintain improvement, and prevent relapse. 2007: 214pp. Pb: 978-1-59385-594-9: £21.00
2007: 366pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-456-0: £25.95
When Someone You Love is Bipolar Help and Support for You and Your Partner Cynthia G. Last, in private practice, Florida, USA
Psychoeducation: The Initial Sessions. Family Psychoeducation: Etiology, Treatment, and Self-management. Family Psychoeducation: Dealing with Resistances. Communication Enhancement Training: Rationale and Mechanics. Communication Enhancement Training: Clinical Issues. Dealing with Family Problems. Managing Crises in Family-Focused Treatment. Termination. 2008: 348pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-655-7: £25.95
Also by David J. Miklowitz
“Few books deal with the challenges that bipolar disorder poses for couples. Anyone whose spouse or partner has the illness should read this easy-to-digest guide... Couples will find much useful information for coping with the disorder, improving communication, strengthening their relationships, and taking care of each other on both a practical and an emotional level.” - David J. Miklowitz,
What happens when “in sickness and in health” meets the turbulent challenges of bipolar disorder? In this wise, candid, and compassionate book written expressly for the spouse or partner, Dr. Cynthia Last shares her heartfelt insights as a highly regarded therapist/researcher and a bipolar sufferer. Readers learn how to help their loved one come to terms with a bipolar diagnosis and find effective treatment – and how to work together to get control over the mood swings and live life to the fullest.
Have Bipolar Disorder? What You Can Expect: The Course of Bipolar Illness. “It’s Not Me!”: When Your Partner is in Denial. What You Need to Know about Your Partner’s Treatment. You, Your Loved One, and the Doctors: The Team Approach to Getting and Staying Well. Helping Your Partner Stick with Medication. Other Things You and Your Partner Can Do to Prevent Mood Episodes. Strategies for Dealing with the Ups Together. Strategies for Dealing with the Downs Together. Taking Care of Yourself and Your Relationship. Resources. June 2009: 306pp. Hb: 978-1-60623-124-1: £25.95 Pb: 978-1-59385-608-3: £10.95
Bipolar Disorder A Family-Focused Treatment Approach Second Edition David J. Miklowitz, University of Colorado, Boulder, USA
“The second edition of Bipolar Disorder is, like the first, a major contribution to the understanding of a common, complex, painful, and too often lethal illness. Miklowitz, one of the world’s leaders in the study of psychotherapeutic treatments of bipolar illness, presents clinical and research findings in a way that will be invaluable to clinicians.” - Kay Redfield Jamison, Johns
Hopkins University School of Medicine, USA
Now in a revised and updated second edition, this indispensable guide details an empirically supported approach for helping patients and family members to understand bipolar disorder, communicate more effectively, solve practical problems related to the illness, and reduce the risk and severity of relapse. The volume has been revised throughout with the latest knowledge on all aspects of the illness and its biological and psychosocial treatment. Contents: Part I: Bipolar Disorder and Families: Clinical and Research Background. Bipolar Disorder: Why Family Treatment? The Nature of Bipolar Disorder and its Impact on the Family. Family and Social Factors in the Course of Bipolar Disorder. Part II: Conducting the Family-Focused Treatment. Planning the First Encounter. The Functional Assessment. Family
The Bipolar Disorder Survival Guide What You and Your Family Need to Know Hb: 978-1-57230-712-4: 2002: 292pp. £31.00 Pb: 978-1-57230-525-0: 2002: 292pp. £15.00
University of Colorado, Boulder, USA
Contents: Rubin, Foreword. Introduction. Does Someone You Love
Handbook of Depression Second Edition Edited by Ian H. Gotlib, Stanford University, California, USA, and Constance L. Hammen, University of California, Los Angeles, USA
“Gotlib and Hammen have assembled an outstanding group of experts on depressive disorders. This fully updated second edition offers comprehensive, authoritative coverage of diagnosis, epidemiology, genetics, neurobiology, affective neuroscience, treatment, and illness across the lifespan.” - Richard C. Shelton, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, USA
Bringing together the field’s leading authorities, this acclaimed work is widely regarded as the standard reference on depression and mood disorders. The Handbook provides comprehensive coverage of the epidemiology, course, and outcome of depressive disorders; issues in assessment and diagnosis and psychological and biological risk factors. Contents: Gotlib, Hammen, Introduction. Part I: Descriptive Aspects of Depression. Kessler, Wang, Epidemiology of Depression. Boland, Keller, Course and Outcome of Depression. A. M. Nezu, C. M. Nezu, Friedman, Lee, Assessment of Depression. Ingram, Siegle, Methodological Issues in the Study of Depression. Klein, Durbin, Shankman, Personality and Mood Disorders. Freedland, Carney, Depression and Medical Illness. Johnson, Cuellar, Miller, Bipolar and Unipolar Depression: A Comparison of Clinical Phenomenology, Biological Vulnerability, and Psychosocial Predictors. Part II: Vulnerability, Risk, and Models of Depression. Levinson, Genetics of Major Depression. Thase, Neurobiological Aspects of Depression. Davidson, Pizzagalli, Nitschke, Representation and Regulation of Emotion in Depression: Perspectives from Affective Neuroscience. Goodman, Brand, Depression and Early Adverse Experiences. Hammen, Children of Depressed Parents. Joormann, Cognitive Aspects of Depression. Joiner, Jr., Timmons, Depression in its Interpersonal Context. Monroe, Slavich, Georgiades, The Social Environment and Life Stress in Depression. Part III: Depression in Specific Populations. Chentsova-Dutton, Tsai, Understanding Depression across Cultures. NolenHoeksema, Hilt, Gender Differences in Depression. Garber, Gallerani, Frankel, Depression in Children. Rudolph, Adolescent Depression. Davila, Stroud, Starr, Depression in Couples and Families. Blazer, Hybels, Depression in Later Life: Epidemiology, Assessment, Impact, and Treatment. Berman, Depression and Suicide. Part IV: Prevention and Treatment of Depression. Muñoz, Le, Clarke, Barrera, Torres, Preventing First Onset and Recurrence of Major Depressive Episodes. Gitlin, Pharmacotherapy and Other Somatic Treatments for Depression. Hollon, Dimidjian, Cognitive and Behavioral Treatment of Depression. Miklowitz, Pharmacotherapy and Psychosocial Treatments for Bipolar Disorder. Beach, Jones, Franklin, Marital, Family, and Interpersonal Therapies for Depression in Adults. Kaslow, Davis, Oyeshiku Smith, Biological and Psychosocial Interventions for Depression in Children and Adolescents. Hammen, Gotlib, Closing Comments and Future Directions.
2008: 708pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-450-8: £50.00
Treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder A Guide to Evidence-Based Practice Joel Paris, McGill University, Montreal, Canada
“An invaluable resource that is filled with authentic information from one of the world’s experts on this widespread and disabling condition. Reviewing the origins of borderline personality disorder, Paris presents the latest research findings and provides practical guidance and advice to practitioners and trainees, derived from his many years of experience learning about and helping patients. This book is an essential addition to my ‘borderline library’!” - John M. Oldham, Senior Vice-President and Chief of Staff, Menninger Clinic, USA
Organizing a vast body of scientific literature, this indispensable book presents the state of the art in understanding borderline personality disorder (BPD) and distills key treatment principles that therapists need to know. Rather than advocating a particular approach, Joel Paris examines a range of therapies and identifies the core ingredients of effective intervention. He offers specific guidance for meeting the needs of this challenging population, including ways to improve diagnosis, promote emotion regulation and impulse control, maintain appropriate therapeutic boundaries, and deal with suicidality and other crises. Contents: Introduction. Part I: Definitions. Making the Diagnosis. The Boundaries of BPD. Personality and Development. Part II: Causes. Risk Factors. A General Model. Part III: Treatment. Outcome. Pharmacotherapy. Psychotherapy. Guidelines for Management. Therapeutic Interventions. Problems in Therapy. Suicidality and Hospitalization. Research Directions.
2008: 272pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-834-6: £24.00
Clinical Handbook of Schizophrenia
Edited by Kim T. Mueser, Dartmouth Medical School, USA, and Dilip V. Jeste, University of California, San Diego, USA “The last twenty years have seen extraordinary breakthroughs in our understanding and treatment of schizophrenia. This Handbook manages to capture both the breadth and depth of these advances with impressive scholarship and élan. Written by international leaders in the field, this volume is an essential addition to the libraries of scientists and clinicians.” - Max Birchwood, University of Birmingham, UK Reviewing the breadth of current knowledge on schizophrenia, this Handbook provides clear, practical guidelines for effective assessment and treatment in diverse contexts. Leading authorities have contributed sixty one concise chapters on all aspects of the disorder and its clinical management. In lieu of exhaustive literature reviews, each chapter summarizes the current state of the science; highlights key points the busy practitioner needs to know; and lists recommended resources, including seminal research studies, invaluable clinical tools, and more. Comprehensive, authoritative, and timely, the volume will enable professionals in any setting to better understand and help their patients or clients with severe mental illness. selected Contents: Part I: Core Science and Background Information. Part II: Assessment and Diagnosis. Part III: Somatic Treatment. Part IV: Psychosocial Treatment. Part V: Systems of Care. Part VI: Special Populations and Problems. Part VII: Policy, Legal, and Social Issues. Part VIII: Special Topics.
2008: 650pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-652-6: £50.00
Also from Kim T. Mueser Physical and Sexual Abuse
The Abusive Personality
The Complete Family Guide to Schizophrenia
Violence and Control in Intimate Relationships
Helping Your Loved One Get the Most Out of Life
Kim T. Mueser, Dartmouth Medical School, USA, and Susan Gingerich, New Hampshire-Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center, USA
Donald G. Dutton, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada “What sets this book apart from others is that Dutton goes to the core of partner violence by addressing individual psychopathology... This is important reading for any clinician or researcher interested in the psychology of battering.” - K. Daniel O’Leary, Stony Brook University, USA
This influential book provides an innovative framework for understanding and treating intimate partner violence. Integrating a variety of theoretical and empirical perspectives, Donald G. Dutton demonstrates that male abusiveness is more than just a learned pattern of behavior – it is the outgrowth of a particular personality configuration. He illuminates the development of the abusive personality from early childhood to adulthood and presents an evidence-based treatment approach designed to meet this population’s unique needs. The second edition features two new chapters on the neurobiological roots of abusive behavior and the development of abusiveness in females. 2008: 262pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-371-6: 2007: £24.00 Pb: 978-1-59385-717-2: £16.99
“Concerned family members often ask me what they can do to help their loved one who is being treated for schizophrenia. For practical answers to this and many other questions, I will certainly recommend this clearly written, uplifting, and optimistic guide.” - David G. Kingdon, University of Southampton School of Medicine, UK, author of bestselling Cognitive Therapy for Schizophrenia
The Complete Family Guide to Schizophrenia inspires hope. Authors Kim T. Mueser, PhD, and Susan Gingerich, MSW, walk readers through a range of treatment and support options that can lead to a better life for the entire family. Individual chapters highlight special issues for parents, siblings, and partners, while other sections provide tips for dealing with problems including cognitive difficulties, substance abuse, and psychosis. 2006: 480pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-273-3: £30.00 Pb: 978-1-59385-180-4: £13.00
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Treating Self-Injury A Practical Guide Barent W. Walsh, The Bridge of Central Massachusetts, Inc., Worcester, USA
“Comprehensive and highly readable, this book provides what has long been needed – a thorough, compassionate, and practical guide to understanding, evaluating, and treating the complex and multifaceted behavior that is self-injury. Walsh’s book is sure to become an invaluable and indispensable resource, required reading for anyone working with those who self-injure.” - Caroline Kettlewell, author of Skin Game: A Memoir
Treating Dissociation. Brown, Cultural Competence. Kinsler, Courtois, Frankel, Therapeutic Alliance and Risk Management. Pearlman, Caringi, Living and Working Self-reflectively to Address Vicarious Trauma. Part II: Individual Treatment Approaches and Strategies. Gold, Contextual Therapy. Jackson, Nissenson, Cloitre, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy. Follette, Iverson, Ford, Contextual Behavior Trauma Therapy. Fosha, Paivio, Gleiser, Ford, Experiential and Emotion-focused Therapy. Fisher, Ogden, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy. Opler, Grennan, Ford, Pharmacotherapy. Part III: Systemic Treatment Approaches and Strategies. R. C. Schwartz, M. F. Schwartz, Galperin, Internal Family Systems Therapy. Johnson, Courtois, Couple Therapy. Ford, Saltzman, Family Systems Therapy. Ford, Fallot, Harris, Group Therapy. Ford, Courtois, Conclusion: The Clinical Utility of a Complex Traumatic Stress Disorders Framework. van der Kolk, Afterword. March 2009: 488pp. Hb: 978-1-60623-039-8: £37.50
Principles and Practice of Stress Management
Uniquely practical and comprehensive, this timely guide addresses a problem that is on the rise, particularly among adolescents and young adults. Practitioners gain a wealth of knowledge about the variety and causes of self-injurious behavior and how to recognize it in people at risk, ranging from those who do not have psychiatric diagnoses to those with eating or mood disorders, PTSD, personality disorders, or psychoses. Presented are clear guidelines for assessing clients and conducting evidence-based interventions using replacement skills training, cognitive-behavioral therapy, exposure treatment, psychopharmacology, and family- and school-based strategies.
selected Contents: Part I: Definition and Contexts. Part II: Assessment and Treatment. Part III: Specialized Topics. Appendices.
“Lehrer et al. have assembled a distinguished group of experts to produce a volume that is both comprehensive and timely. It covers all of the major theoretical perspectives on stress and stress management... This is a perfect text for students or clinicians who are looking for one book on the topic of stress management, as well as for researchers who study this area.” - Martin M. Antony, Ryerson
2008: 317pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-216-0: 2005: £30.00 Pb: 978-1-59385-981-7: £16.50
Edited by Paul M. Lehrer, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School–UMDNJ, USA, Robert L. Woolfolk, Princeton University, New Jersey, USA, and Wesley E. Sime, University of Nebraska–Lincoln, USA
University, Toronto, Canada
Stress and Trauma
Treating Complex Traumatic Stress Disorders An Evidence-Based Guide Edited by Christine A. Courtois, in private practice, Washington, USA, and Julian D. Ford, University of Connecticut Health Center, USA
Structured for optimal use as a clinical reference and text, this comprehensive work reviews effective stress management techniques and their applications for treating psychological problems and enhancing physical health and performance. Leading experts present in-depth descriptions of progressive relaxation, hypnosis, biofeedback, meditation, cognitive methods, and other therapies. 2008: 734pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-000-5: 2007: £57.50 Pb: 978-1-60623-000-8: £30.50
“Courtois and Ford present an essential, comprehensive work for clinicians and researchers... Rich clinical material, and attention to management of the therapeutic alliance, therapist self-care, and other key challenges in working with these clients, make this a most useful and innovative resource.” - Josef I. Ruzek, Acting Director,
Practice Guidelines from the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies
Dissemination and Training Division, National Center for PTSD, USA
Chronic childhood trauma, such as prolonged abuse or family violence, can severely disrupt a person’s development, basic sense of self, and later relationships. Adults with this type of history often come to therapy with complex symptoms that go beyond existing criteria for PTSD. This important book brings together prominent authorities to present the latest thinking on complex traumatic stress disorders and provide practical guidelines for conceptualization and treatment. Contents: Herman, Foreword. Courtois, Ford, Introduction. Part I: Overview. Ford, Courtois, Defining and Understanding Complex Trauma and Complex Traumatic Stress Disorders. Ford, Neurobiological and Developmental Research: Clinical Implications. Ford, Cloitre, Best Practices in Psychotherapy for Children and Adolescents. Courtois, Ford, Cloitre, Best Practices in Pychotherapy for Adults. Briere, Spinazzola, Assessment of the Sequelae of Complex Trauma: Evidence-Based Measures. Brown, Attachment and Abuse History, and Adult Attachment Style. Steele, van der Hart,
Effective Treatments for PTSD
Second Edition Edited by Edna B. Foa, University of Pennsylvania, USA, Terence M. Keane, and Matthew J. Friedman, both at the National Center for PTSD, White River Junction VA Medical Center, USA, and Judith A. Cohen, Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh, USA “This marvelous update to the standard-setting prior edition provides all the information that practitioners and researchers need on the diagnosis and treatment of PTSD in children, adolescents, and adults. The volume systematically covers the field for readers seeking an up-to-date summary of the evidence... Highly recommended.” - John S. March, Duke University, USA
Developed under the auspices of the PTSD Treatment Guidelines Task Force of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, this tightly edited work is the definitive best-practice reference for
cognitive behaviour therapy
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practitioners caring for any trauma population. Leading clinical scientists thoroughly review the clinical and research literature on widely used therapeutic approaches. Succinct treatment guidelines are then presented that feature standardized ratings of the evidence for each approach. The second edition has been revised and expanded to incorporate important advances in the field, including a wealth of new data on child and adolescent therapies. Contents: Foa, Keane, Friedman, Cohen, Introduction. Part I: Assessment and Diagnosis of PTSD. Weathers, Keane, Foa, Assessment and Diagnosis of Adults. Balaban, Assessment of Children. Part II: Early Interventions: Treatment of ASD and Prevention of Chronic PTSD. Bisson, McFarlane, Rose, Ruzek, Watson, Psychological Debriefing for Adults. Brymer, Steinberg,Vernberg, Layne, Watson, Jacobs, Ruzek, Pynoos, Acute Interventions for Children and Adolescents Exposed to Trauma. Litz, Bryant, Early Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions for Adults. Part III: Treatment Approaches for Chronic PTSD. Cahill, Rothbaum, Resick, Follette, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Adults. Cohen, Mannarino, Deblinger, Berliner, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Children and Adolescents. Friedman, Davidson, Stein, Psychopharmacotherapy for Adults. Donnelly, Psychopharmacotherapy for Children and Adolescents. Spates, Koch, Cusack, Pagoto, Waller, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. Shea, McDevitt-Murphy, Ready, Schnurr, Group Therapy. Jaycox, Stein, Amaya-Jackson, School-Based Treatment for Children and Adolescents. Kudler, Krupnick, Blank Jr., Herman, Horowitz, Psychodynamic Therapy for Adults. Lieberman, Ippen, Marans, Psychodynamic Therapy for Child Trauma. Glynn, Drebing, Penk, Psychosocial Rehabilitation. Cardeña, Maldonado, van der Hart, Spiegel, Hypnosis. Riggs, Monson, Glynn, Canterino, Couple and Family Therapy for Adults. Johnson, Lahad, Gray, Creative Therapies for Adults. Goodman, Chapman, Gantt, Creative Arts Therapies for Children. Najavits, Ryngala, Back, Bolton, Mueser, Brady, Treatment of PTSD and Comorbid Disorders. Part IV: Treatment Guidelines. Psychological Debriefing for Adults. Acute Interventions for Children and Adolescents. Early Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions for Adults. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Adults. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Children and Adolescents. Pharmacotherapy for Adults. Pharmacotherapy for Children and Adolescents. Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. Group Therapy. School-Based Treatment for Children and Adolescents. Psychodynamic Therapy for Adults. Psychodynamic Therapy for Children. Psychosocial Rehabilitation. Hypnosis. Couple and Family Therapy for Adults. Creative Therapies for Adults. Creative Therapies for Children. Treatment of PTSD and Comorbid Disorders. Part V: Conclusion. Friedman, Cohen, Foa, Keane, Integration and Summary.
2008: 658pp. Hb: 978-1-60623-001-5: £50.00
Interventions Following Mass Violence and Disasters Strategies for Mental Health Practice Edited by Elspeth Cameron Ritchie, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, USA, Patricia J. Watson, and Matthew J. Friedman, both at Dartmouth Medical School, USA
Collaborative Case Conceptualization Working Effectively with Clients in CognitiveBehavioral Therapy Willem Kuyken, University of Exeter, UK, Christine A. Padesky, Center for Cognitive Therapy, Huntington Beach, USA, and Robert Dudley, Institute of Neuroscience, Newcastle University, UK “An important and timely book that will be of great interest to clinicians and researchers. CBT texts rarely provide detailed guidance on conceptualization. Written by internationally recognized experts, this book fills the gap by providing clinicians with numerous insightful tips about how to develop conceptualizations, and, crucially, how to link those conceptualizations to interventions... A major achievement.”
- David M. Clark, Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College London, UK
“This book sets a gold standard for how to develop individualized case conceptualizations with our clients... This book is destined to be one of the most important and widely used works on case conceptualization for many years to come.” - Aaron T. Beck, University of Pennsylvania Medical School, USA
Presenting an innovative framework for tailoring cognitivebehavioral interventions to each client’s needs, this accessible book is packed with practical pointers and sample dialogues. Step by step, the authors show how to collaborate with clients to develop and test conceptualizations that illuminate personal strengths as well as problems, and that deepen in explanatory power as treatment progresses. An extended case illustration demonstrates the three-stage conceptualization process over the entire course of therapy with a multiproblem client. The approach emphasizes building resilience and coping while decreasing psychological distress. Contents: The Procrustean Dilemma. The Case Conceptualization Crucible: A New Model. Two Heads Are Better Than One: Collaborative Empiricism. Incorporating Client Strengths and Building Resilience. “Can You Help Me?”: Descriptive Case Conceptualization. “Why Does This Keep Happening to Me?”: Cross-sectional Explanatory Conceptualizations. “Does My Future Look Like My Past?”: Longitudinal Explanatory Conceptualizations. Learning and Teaching Case Conceptualization. Appraising the Model. Appendix: Aid to History Taking Form.
January 2009: 366pp. Hb: 978-1-60623-072-5: £27.00
Also by Christine A. Padesky
“This is absolutely the new definitive text on the acute treatment of mass trauma effects. Edited and written by leaders in the field, this volume addresses almost every conceivable aspect of mental health response to disasters and mass violence... make this book a ‘must have.’ Highly recommended!” - John Briere, University of Southern California, USA Grounded in the best science available, this essential volume presents practical guidelines for effective clinical intervention in the immediate, intermediate, and long-term aftermath of large-scale traumatic events. 2007: 430pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-256-6: 2006: £34.50 Pb: 978-1-59385-589-5: £17.95
Bestseller! Mind Over Mood: Change How You Feel by Changing the Way You Think Dennis Greenberger, and Christine A. Padesky Pb: 978-0-89862-128-0: 1995: 250pp. £16.95
Clinician’s Guide to Mind Over Mood Christine A. Padesky, with Dennis Greenberger Pb: 978-0-89862-821-0: 1995: 276pp. £21.00
cognitive behaviour therapy
The Case Formulation Approach to CognitiveBehavior Therapy
Jacqueline B. Persons, San Francisco Bay Area Center for Cognitive Therapy, Oakland, USA “Persons provides a guide for both the novice and experienced practitioner to deal with even the most complex of cases. This significant work will no doubt become the shining light by which the idiographic approach to CBT will be guided in the future.” - Nicholas Tarrier,
groups and overcome common challenges that arise. Specific, evidence-based group assessment and treatment protocols are provided for a range of frequently encountered disorders. September 2009: 452pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-325-9: 2006: £30.50 Pb: 978-1-60623-404-4: £18.95
2008: 273pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-875-9: £24.00
Series: Guides to Individualized Evidence-Based Treatment
Tools for Enhancing Practice Robert D. Friedberg, Jessica M. McClure, and Jolene Hillwig Garcia, all at Milton S. Hershey Medical Center and Penn State University College of Medicine, USA “This book will change the way you think about cognitive therapy with children, adding a sense of interest, excitement, and playfulness that is too often absent from the literature... Both new and seasoned clinicians will find clear presentations of technique and refreshingly new and appealing approaches to meeting kids’ therapy needs.” - Ellen Flannery-Schroeder, University of Rhode Island, USA
Evidence-Based Practice of CognitiveBehavioral Therapy Deborah Dobson, and Keith S. Dobson, both at the University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada “The book is clearly written and highly accessible. Dobson and Dobson are to be congratulated on doing exactly what the title suggests by providing a valuable, well-balanced introductory guide to science and practice.” - Edward Watkins, Mood Disorders Centre, School of Psychology, University of Exeter, UK
From leading experts in the field – a practicing clinical psychologist and a renowned psychotherapy researcher – this book synthesizes the evidence base for cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and translates it into practical clinical guidelines. The focus is how clinicians can use current research findings to provide the best care in real-world practice settings. Within a case formulation framework, core cognitive and behavioral theories and techniques are described and illustrated with vivid case examples.
Providing a wealth of practical interventions and activities – all organized within a state-of-the-art modular framework – this invaluable book helps child clinicians expand their intervention toolkits. Building on the bestselling Clinical Practice of Cognitive Therapy with Children and Adolescents, which addresses the basics of treatment, Cognitive Therapy Techniques for Children and Adolescents is packed with additional creative strategies for engaging hardto-reach clients, addressing challenging problems, and targeting particular cognitive and behavioral skills. September 2009: 310pp. Hb: 978-1-60623-313-9: £24.00
March 2009: 322pp. Hb: 978-1-60623-020-6: £25.95
Cognitive Therapy Techniques for Children and Adolescents
University of Manchester, UK
This eagerly awaited book shows how skillful case formulation addresses a critical challenge in psychotherapy today: how to use empirically supported therapies (ESTs) in real-world clinical contexts. The author explains the basic theories of cognition, learning, and emotion that underlie available ESTs and shows how the theories also guide systematic case formulation.
Clinical Practice of Cognitive Therapy with Children and Adolescents The Nuts and Bolts Robert D. Friedberg, and Jessica M. McClure Hb: 978-1-57230-723-0: 2002: 346pp. £31.00
New in Paperback!
Beck, J. S: Cognitive Therapy for Challenging Problems: What to Do When the Basics Don’t Work
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy in Groups
Hb: 978-1-59385-195-8: 2005: 324pp. £27.50
Peter J. Bieling, and Randi E. McCabe, both at McMaster University, Ontario, Canada, and Martin M. Antony, Ryerson University, Ontario, Canada
Hb: 978-0-89862-847-0: 1995: 338pp. £33.00
“This impressive volume richly details the challenges and rewards of providing cognitive-behavioral therapy in a multiperson context... This book will set the standard for group-based CBT for years to come.” - Zindel V. Segal, University of Toronto, Canada An authoritative guide for practitioners, this book offers clear advice on how to structure and lead Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) www.guilfordpress.co.uk
Beck, J. S: Cognitive Therapy: Basics and Beyond Hayes et al.: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy: An Experiential Approach to Behavior Change Hb: 978-1-57230-481-9: 1999: 304pp. £32.00 Pb: 978-1-57230-955-5: 2004: 304pp. £19.95
cognitive behaviour therapy
Metacognitive Therapy for Anxiety and Depression
Mastering Clinical Challenges Gillian Butler, Oxford Cognitive Therapy Centre, UK, Melanie Fennell, and Ann Hackmann, both at Warneford Hospital, Oxford University, UK
Adrian Wells, University of Manchester, UK “Wells has written a very important book, rich in clinical understanding and practical guidance. Metacognitive therapy is based on a well-developed and thoroughly tested model that addresses core disordered processes... The procedures he describes will be enormously useful to therapists of all persuasions.” - Chris R. Brewin, University College London, UK
This groundbreaking book explains the “whats” and “howtos” of metacognitive therapy (MCT), a cutting-edge form of cognitive-behavioral therapy with a growing empirical evidence base. MCT developer Adrian Wells shows that much psychological distress results from how a person responds to negative thoughts and beliefs – for example, by ruminating or worrying – rather than the content of those thoughts. He presents innovative, practical techniques and specific protocols for addressing metacognitive processes to effectively treat generalized anxiety disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, posttraumatic stress disorder, and major depression.
“This book must be read by all those who seek to help people suffering from anxiety disorders. It clearly and accessibly portrays the essence of effective CBT for anxiety while avoiding oversimplified prescriptions... Read this book and use it!” - Paul Salkovskis, King’s College, London, UK
Helping therapists bring about enduring change when treating clients with any anxiety disorder, this invaluable book combines expert guidance, in-depth exploration, and innovative clinical strategies. The authors draw on extensive experience and research to provide a framework for constructing lucid formulations of complex cases. 2008: 224pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-830-8: £24.00
Series: Guides to Individualized Evidence-Based Treatment
Contents: The Theory and Nature of Metacognitive Therapy. Assessment. Foundation Metacognitive Therapy Skills. Attention Training Techniques. Detached Mindfulness Techniques. Generalized Anxiety Disorder. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. Major Depressive Disorder. The Evidence for Metacognitive Theory and Therapy. Concluding Thoughts. Appendices.
The Anti-Anxiety Workbook Proven Strategies to Overcome Worry, Phobias, Panic, and Obsessions Martin M. Antony, Ryerson University, Ontario, Canada, and Peter Norton, University of Houston, Texas, USA
“Everyone with anxiety problems should read this book! It tells you why you have anxiety and exactly, step by step, what you should do about it. It is reader friendly, easy to understand, and based on cutting-edge research. Truly a ‘must read.’” - Judith S. Beck, Director, Beck Institute
“This is a ‘must read’ for any person working closely with adults with social learning challenges. While the book is targeted for mental health providers, it is informative and helpful for a range of adult care providers... I do not know of any other book like it.”
- Michelle Garcia Winner, SLP, private practice, San José, California, USA
An invaluable resource for therapists, this lucidly written book provides research-based strategies for addressing the core problems of Asperger syndrome (AS). 2007: 240pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-497-3: £24.00
Series: Guides to Individualized Evidence-Based Treatment
for Cognitive Therapy and Research, USA
Anxiety experts Martin M. Antony and Peter Norton provide sufferers with a state-of-the-art program for conquering their worries, phobias, and obsessions. The Anti-Anxiety Workbook offers an unrivalled toolkit of proven strategies drawn from cognitivebehavioral therapy, the most effective treatment for anxiety.
2008: 264pp. Pb: 978-1-59385-993-0: £13.50
Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions for Emotional and Behavioral Disorders School-Based Practice Edited by Matthew J. Mayer, RutgersThe State University of New Jersey, USA, Richard Van Acker, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA, John E. Lochman, University of Alabama, USA, and Frank M. Gresham, Louisiana State University, USA
Contents: Introduction: The Faces of Anxiety. Part I: The Prep. Anxiety:
The Big Picture. Getting to Know Your Anxiety. Getting Ready for Treatment. Part II: The Program. Changing Your Anxious Thinking. Eliminating the Safety Net. Confronting Feared Objects and Situations. Confronting Scary Thoughts, Memories, Images, and Urges. Confronting Frightening Feelings and Sensations. Learning to Relax: Relaxation, Meditation, and Acceptance. Medications and Herbal Remedies. Part III: In the Long Run. Creating an Anti-anxiety Lifestyle. Overcoming Treatment Obstacles. Living without Anxiety. A Guide for Family and Friends. Appendix: Helpful Resources.
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Adult Asperger Syndrome Valerie L. Gaus, in private practice, New York, USA
2008: 316pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-994-7: £27.50
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Anxiety Disorders
“This book is a prize for clinicians, researchers, and students alike. The editors have assembled valuable chapters that address theoretical, methodological, and clinical issues... I am already clearing space on my bookshelf for this much-needed resource.” - Robert D. Friedberg, Penn
State Milton Hershey Medical Center, Pennsylvania, USA
cognitive behaviour therapy Evidence based and practical, this book presents state-of-thescience approaches for helping K-12 students who struggle with aggressive behaviors, anxiety, depression, ADHD, and autism.
Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Eating Disorders
2008: 420pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-976-3: £30.50
Adapting Cognitive Therapy for Depression
Managing Complexity and Comorbidity Edited by Mark A. Whisman, University of Colorado at Boulder, USA “This volume focuses on key, increasingly acknowledged challenges in treating depression. The coverage is thorough and comprehensive, with chapters on a wide range of difficult-to-treat forms of depression... This is an excellent resource for therapists working with depressed clients.” - Edward Watkins, Mood Disorders Centre, University of Exeter, UK
In this highly practical volume, leading authorities provide a unified set of clinical guidelines for conceptualizing, assessing, and treating challenging presentations of depression. Presented are detailed, flexible strategies for addressing severe, chronic, partially remitted, or recurrent depression. 2008: 448pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-638-0: £33.00
Getting Over OCD A 10-Step Workbook for Taking Back Your Life Jonathan S. Abramowitz, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA “This first-rate book presents CBT principles and techniques in a self-help format that will be invaluable to OCD patients... Abramowitz’s positive and motivating style will serve patients well; clinicians and researchers also will find this book a ‘must read.’” - Michael A. Jenike, Harvard Medical School, USA
Obsessive-Compulsive disorder (OCD) is one of the top five mental health complaints today. Unwanted, repetitive thoughts and actions disrupt millions of lives and cause tremendous suffering and distress. But OCD can be beat – and there’s no more trusted authority than Dr. Jonathan Abramowitz to show how. Structured to mirror the steps of cognitivebehavioral therapy, this engaging workbook is packed with selfassessment and planning tools; carefully sequenced exercises; and informative examples that sufferers will relate to.
Christopher G. Fairburn, University of Oxford, UK “Over the past 30 years, Fairburn has made immense contributions to our understanding and treatment of patients with eating disorders. This timely, clearly written, immensely informative, and very user-friendly book provides just what the clinician needs – a practical guide to all phases of treatment.” - Robert L. Leahy, Department of Psychiatry, Weill Cornell Medical College, New York Presbyterian Hospital, USA
This book provides the first comprehensive guide to the practice of “enhanced” cognitive behavior therapy (CBT-E), the leading empirically supported treatment for eating disorders. Written with the practitioner in mind, the book demonstrates how this transdiagnostic approach can be used with the full range of eating disorders seen in clinical practice. Christopher Fairburn and colleagues describe in detail how to tailor CBT-E to the needs of individual patients, and how to adapt it for adolescents and patients who require hospitalization. Also addressed are frequently encountered co-occurring disorders and how to manage them. Reproducible appendices feature the latest versions of the Eating Disorder Examination interview and questionnaire. Contents: Introduction. Fairburn, This Book and How to Use It. Fairburn, Eating Disorders: The Transdiagnostic View and the Cognitive Behavioral Theory. Fairburn, Cooper, Shafran, Enhanced Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Eating Disorders (CBT-E): An Overview. Fairburn, Cooper, Waller, The Patients: Their Assessment, Preparation for Treatment and Medical Management. Fairburn, Cooper, Shafran, Bohn, Hawker, Murphy, Straebler, Enhanced Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Eating Disorders: The Core Protocol. Starting Well. Achieving Early Change. Taking Stock and Designing the Rest of Treatment. Shape Concern. Shape Checking. Feeling Fat and Mindsets. Dietary Restraint, Dietary Rules and Controlling Eating. Events, Moods and Eating. Underweight and Under-eating. Ending Well. Adaptations of CBT-E. Fairburn, Cooper, Shafran, Bohn, Hawker, Clinical Perfectionism, Core Low Self-Esteem and Interpersonal Problems. Cooper, Stewart, CBT-E and the Younger Patient. Grave, Bohn, Hawker, Fairburn, Inpatient, Day Patient and Two Forms of Outpatient CBT-E. Fairburn, Cooper, Waller, ‘Complex Cases’ and Comorbidity. Postscript. Fairburn, Looking Forward. Appendices. Fairburn, Cooper, O’Connor, Appendix A: Eating Disorder Examination (16.0D). Fairburn, Beglin, Appendix B: Eating Disorder Examination Questionnaire (EDE-Q6.0). Bohn, Fairburn, Appendix C: Clinical Impairment Assessment Questionnaire (CIA 3.0).
2008: 324pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-709-7: £27.00
Also by Christopher G. Fairburn
Contents: Introduction. Part I: Getting to Know the Enemy. Step 1:
OCD 101: Learning about the Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments. Step 2: Analyzing Your Own OCD Symptoms. Step 3: Understanding OCD’s Battle Plan. Part II: Getting Ready. Step 4: Customizing Your Action Plan. Step 5: Strengthening Your Resolve to Move Forward. Part III: Your Treatment Program. Gathering Your Forces. Step 6: Attacking OCD at its Foundation: Thinking Errors. Step 7: Defeating Avoidance Behavior. Step 8: Defeating Obsessional Thoughts, Doubts, and Images. Step 9: Defeating Your Compulsive Urges. Putting It All Together. Step 10: Ending Your Program and Staying Well. July 2009: 307pp. Pb: 978-1-59385-999-2: £13.50
The Guilford Self-Help Workbook Series www.guilfordpress.co.uk
Fairburn/Brownell, Eds.: Eating
Disorders and Obesity: A Comprehensive Handbook, Second Edition
Hb: 978-1-57230-688-2: 2001: 633pp. £50.50 Pb: 978-1-59385-236-8: 2005: 633pp. £25.00
Fairburn: Overcoming Binge Eating Hb: 978-0-89862-961-3: 1995: 247pp. £28.95 Pb: 978-0-89862-179-2: 2005: 247pp. £13.50
cognitive behaviour therapy
Cognitive Theory, Research, and Therapy
Clinician’s Guide to PTSD
Aaron T. Beck, University of Pennsylvania, USA, Neil A. Rector, University of Toronto, Canada, Neal Stolar and Paul Grant, both at the University of Pennsylvania, USA
A Cognitive-Behavioral Approach
“This book is a masterpiece that challenges conventional thinking and describes one of the most exciting developments in psychiatry today. It is essential reading for all mental
health professionals.” - Richard Bentall, University of Bangor, UK
From Aaron T. Beck and colleagues, this is the definitive work on the cognitive model of schizophrenia and its treatment. The volume integrates cognitive-behavioral and biological knowledge into a state-of-the-science conceptual framework. It comprehensively examines the origins, development, and maintenance of key symptom areas: delusions, hallucinations, negative symptoms, and formal thought disorder. 2008: 418pp. Hb: 978-1-60623-018-3: £30.50
ALSO From Aaron T. Beck Beck, et al.: Cognitive Therapy of Personality Disorders, Second Edition Hb: 978-1-57230-856-5: 2003: 412pp. £35.00 Pb: 978-1-59385-476-8: 2007: 412pp. £16.99
Beck, et al.: Cognitive Therapy of Substance Abuse Hb: 978-0-89862-115-0: 1993: 354pp. £35.95 Pb: 978-1-57230-659-2: 2001: 354pp. £19.95
Beck, et al.: Cognitive Therapy of Depression Hb: 978-0-89862-000-9: 1987: 425pp. £39.50 Pb: 978-0-89862-919-4: 1987: 425pp. £21.95
Steven Taylor, University of British Columbia, Canada “This book is a gem! It is comprehensive, covering both the science and art of cognitive-behavioral treatment for PTSD... This volume includes everything a clinician, student, or researcher interested in PTSD needs to know.” - Barbara Olasov Rothbaum, Emory University School of Medicine, USA
Grounded in the latest clinical and neurobiological research, this book provides both an understanding of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and a guide to empirically supported treatment. The author offers well-documented, practical recommendations for planning and implementing cognitive-behavioral therapy with people who have experienced different types of trauma – sexual assault, combat, serious accidents, and more – and shows how to use a case formulation approach to tailor interventions to the needs of each patient. Contents: Part I: Conceptual and Empirical Foundations. Clinical Features of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. Cognitive and Behavioral Features of PTSD: What the Research Tells Us. Cognitive-Behavioral Models. Neurobiology for the Cognitive-Behavioral Therapist. Treatments: A Review of the Research. Part II: Treatment Methods and Protocols. Assessment. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy: An Overview. Developing a Case Formulation and Treatment Plan. Psychoeducation, Treatment Engagement, and Emotion Regulation Strategies. Cognitive Interventions I: General Considerations and Approaches. Cognitive Interventions II: Methods for Specific Types of Beliefs. Exposure Exercises I: Imaginal and Interoceptive Exposure. Exposure Exercises II: Situational Exposure. Adjunctive Methods and Relapse Prevention.
September 2009: 322pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-326-6: 2006: £24.00 Pb: 978-1-60623-449-5: £16.99
New in Paperback!
Cognitive Therapy of Schizophrenia
A Case Formulation Approach
David G. Kingdon, University of Southampton, UK, and Douglas Turkington, Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle-uponTyne, UK, and Newcastle University, UK “Providing useful tools such as handouts to use in therapy as well as concisely described psychological theory, Cognitive Therapy of Schizophrenia is both practical and scientifically rigorous. Highlighting empirical support for their approach, the authors present clinically applicable concepts and provide readers with optimism about connecting with patients suffering from schizophrenia.” - Journal of Clinical Psychiatry Drawing on the authors’ decades of influential work in the field, this highly practical volume presents an evidence-based cognitive therapy approach for clients with schizophrenia. Guidelines are provided for collaborative assessment and case formulation that enable the clinician to build a strong therapeutic relationship, establish reasonable goals, and tailor treatment to each client’s needs. 2008: 219pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-104-0: 2004: £25.00 Pb: 978-1-59385-819-3: £16.99
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for PTSD
Claudia Zayfert, Dartmouth Medical School, New Hampshire, USA, and Carolyn Black Becker, Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas, USA “Provides an excellent roadmap for the clinician. The authors outline the many options and choices that CBT practitioners face with patients with PTSD... I would recommend this book to any colleague or student involved in treating those who have suffered psychological trauma.” - Nicholas Tarrier, University of Manchester, UK
Presenting clear-cut strategies for working with traumatized patients who have multiple co-occurring disorders and life problems, this highly practical manual puts an array of proven cognitive-behavioral strategies at the clinician’s fingertips. 2008: 252pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-369-3: 2007: £21.95 Pb: 978-1-60623-031-2: £16.50
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cognitive behaviour therapy
dialectical behaviour therapy
Hb: 978-1-59385-168-2: 2005: 348pp. £30.00 Pb: 978-1-59385-484-3: 2007: 348pp. £16.50
Debra L. Safer, Stanford University School of Medicine, California, USA, Christy F. Telch, in private practice, California, USA, and Eunice Y. Chen, University of Chicago, USA
Clark: Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for OCD Hb: 978-1-57230-963-0: 2004: 324pp. £30.00 Pb: 978-1-59385-375-4: 2006: 324pp. £16.50
Dattilio/Freeman, Eds.: Cognitive-Behavioral Strategies in Crisis Intervention, Third Edition Linehan: Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder Hb: 978-0-89862-183-9: 1993: 558pp. £42.50
Linehan: Skills Training Manual for Treating Borderline Personality Disorder Pb: 978-0-89862-034-4: 1993: 180pp. £24.50
Linehan: Treating Borderline Personality Disorder: The Dialectical Approach DVD: 978-1-59385-367-9: 2006: 36pp. £67.00 A Dawkins Production
Linehan: Understanding Borderline Personality Disorder: The Dialectical Approach DVD: 978-1-59385-368-6: 2006: 36pp. £67.00 A Dawkins Production
Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Binge Eating and Bulimia
Basco/Rush: Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Bipolar Disorder, Second Edition
Hb: 978-1-59385-487-4: 2007: 556pp. £41.00
Foreword by Marsha M. Linehan “Safer et al. have done pioneering work adapting dialectical behavior therapy to the treatment of eating disorders. This book provides a comprehensive yet practical and user-friendly guide for clinicians working with these patients. The authors are to be congratulated for providing a mechanism for the dissemination of this empirically validated treatment. Very highly recommended.”
- James E. Mitchell, University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences, USA
This groundbreaking book gives clinicians a new set of tools for helping people overcome binge-eating disorder and bulimia. It presents an adaptation of dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) developed expressly for this population. What makes this researchbased approach unique is its focus on disordered eating as a problem of emotional dysregulation. Featuring vivid case examples and 30 reproducibles, the book shows how to put an end to binge eating and purging by teaching clients more adaptive ways to manage painful emotions. Contents: Introduction. Binge-Eating Disorder and Bulimia Nervosa: Why Dialectical Behavior Therapy? Orientation for Therapists. The Pretreatment Stage: The Pretreatment Interview and Introductory Sessions. Mindfulness Core Skills. Emotion Regulation Skills. Distress Tolerance Skills. Final Sessions: Review and Relapse Prevention. Illustrative Case Examples. Future Directions. Appendix: Information for Researchers.
Young et al.: Schema Therapy: A Practitioner’s Guide Hb: 978-1-57230-838-1: 2003: 436pp. £34.00 Pb: 978-1-59385-372-3: 2006: 436pp. £21.00
July 2009: 224pp. Hb: 978-1-60623-265-1: £24.00
From Robert L. Leahy Contemporary Cognitive Therapy
Theory, Research, and Practice Hb: 978-1-59385-062-3: 2004: 416pp. £35.00 Pb: 978-1-59385-343-3: 2006: 416pp. £18.95
Applications Across Disorders and Settings
Roadblocks in CognitiveBehavioral Therapy
Edited by Linda A. Dimeff, Behavioral Tech Research, Inc, Seattle, USA, and Kelly Koerner, Evidence Based Practice Institute, Seattle, USA
Transforming Challenges into Opportunities for Change Hb: 978-1-57230-920-3: 2003: 364pp. £35.00 Pb: 978-1-59385-373-0: 2006: 364pp. £16.99
Foreword by Marsha M. Linehan
Overcoming Resistance in Cognitive Therapy Hb: 978-1-57230-684-4: 2001: 309pp. £32.00 Pb: 978-1-57230-936-4: 2003: 309pp. £17.50
Cognitive Therapy Techniques A Practitioner’s Guide Pb: 978-1-57230-905-0: 2003: 348pp. £27.50
Treatment Plans and Interventions for Depression and Anxiety Disorders Robert L. Leahy, and Stephen J. Holland Pb: 978-1-57230-514-4: 2000: 332pp. £43.50 Series: The Clinician’s Toolbox
Dialectical Behavior Therapy in Clinical Practice
“DBT is one of the most important advances in clinical practice in the last two decades. What began as a specific intervention for borderline personality disorder is in the process of evolving into a major approach that can be applied to a wide range of patients across multiple settings. This book impressively demonstrates this evolution, providing a resource that will be of value to therapists and students alike. I highly recommend it.” - Steven D. Hollon, Vanderbilt University, USA Originally developed to treat suicidal individuals with borderline personality disorder, Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) has since been adapted to a range of settings and populations. This book brings together leading experts to describe how to set up a DBT program and implement this cost-effective, evidence-based treatment with adults, adolescents, couples and families, and forensic clients. 2007: 348pp. Hb: 978-1-57230-974-6: £28.50
Mindfulness- and Acceptance-Based Behavioral Therapies in Practice
The Mindful Path to Self-Compassion Freeing Yourself from Destructive Thoughts and Emotions Christopher K. Germer, in private practice, Boston, USA “Self-compassion is the ground of all emotional healing, and Dr. Germer has produced an invaluable guide. Written with great clarity, psychological wisdom, and warmth, this book will serve anyone seeking practical and powerful tools that free the heart.” - Tara Brach, author of Radical Acceptance The psychological benefits of mindfulness are well established. Yet for people who struggle with difficult emotions like anxiety, guilt, anger, loneliness, sadness, or low self-esteem, mindfulness practices can be enhanced by adding a simple yet powerful ingredient: self-compassion. Without it, we all too often respond to emotional suffering with self-criticism, shame, or defensiveness. This wise, eloquent, and practical book illuminates the nature of self-compassion and offers easyto-follow, scientifically grounded steps for incorporating it into daily life. Contents: Salzberg, Foreword. Introduction. Part I: Discovering Self-Compassion. Being Kind to Yourself. Listening to Your Body. Bringing in Difficult Emotions. What’s Self-Compassion? Pathways to Self-Compassion. Part II: Practicing Loving-kindness. Caring for Ourselves. Caring for Others. Part III: Customizing Self-Compassion. Finding Your Balance. Making Progress. Appendices. June 2009: 306pp. Hb: 978-1-60623-284-2: £25.95 Pb: 978-1-59385-975-6: £10.95
Also from Christopher K. Germer Mindfulness and Psychotherapy Edited by Christopher K. Germer, Ronald D. Siegel, and Paul R. Fulton Hb: 978-1-59385-139-2: 2005: 333pp. £27.50
Mindfulness and the Therapeutic Relationship Edited by Steven F. Hick, Carleton University, Ontario, Canada, and Thomas Bien, in private practice, New Mexico, USA
Lizabeth Roemer, University of Massachusetts, Boston, USA, and Susan M. Orsillo, Suffolk University, Boston, USA “[This] volume offers a detailed, step-by-step explanation of each phase of assessment, case conceptualization, and treatment. I highly recommend this excellent, well-written, theoretically informed guide.” - Gabriele Melli, President, Institute of Behavioral and Cognitive Psychology and Psychotherapy of Florence, Italy
Accessible and practical, this book provides a unified framework for integrating acceptance and mindfulness into cognitive-behavioral practice. The authors interweave elements of acceptance and commitment therapy, mindfulness-based cognitive therapy, mindfulness-based relapse prevention, and dialectical behavior therapy. 2008: 244pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-997-8: £24.00
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Over 160,000 in print!
The Mindful Way through Depression Freeing Yourself from Chronic Unhappiness Mark Williams, Oxford University, UK, John Teasdale, has held senior research appointments at University of Oxford, and Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge, UK, Zindel Segal, University of Toronto, Canada, Jon Kabat-Zinn, University of Massachusetts Medical School, USA “This work is a culmination of the many years of expertise and talent that the four authors have to share... The concept of prevention of depression starts here and continues throughout the package... Practitioners and clients will find exercises both within the book and on the CD that can be helpful to include in a treatment plan.” - Therapy Today The Mindful Way through Depression draws on the collective wisdom of four internationally renowned mindfulness experts, including bestselling author Jon Kabat-Zinn, to provide effective relief from the most prevalent psychological disorder. 2007: 273pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-449-2: £30.50 Pb: 978-1-59385-128-6: £12.99
“Hick and Bien present a timely discussion at the intersection of two topics that have recently captured much-deserved attention in the psychotherapy field. Leading scholars from diverse orientations address mindfulness and the therapeutic relationship with regard to issues of definition, measurement, treatment, and training. The result is a significant contribution to the literature.” - J. Christopher Muran, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, USA
A number of books have explored the ways psychotherapy clients can benefit from learning and practicing mindfulness. This is the first volume to focus specifically on how mindfulness can deepen the therapeutic relationship. Grounded in research, chapters demonstrate how therapists’ own mindfulness practice can help them to listen more attentively and be more fully present. 2008: 240pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-820-9: £24.00
Backlist Books Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy for Depression A New Approach to Preventing Relapse Zindel V. Segal, J. Mark G. Williams, and John D. Teasdale Hb: 978-1-57230-706-3: 2002: 351pp. £30.50
Mindfulness and Acceptance Expanding the Cognitive-Behavioral Tradition Edited by Steven C. Hayes, Victoria M. Follette, and Marsha M. Linehan Hb: 978-1-59385-066-1: 2004: 319pp. £30.00
creative arts therapies
New in Paperback!
Short-Term Play Therapy for Children Second Edition Edited by Heidi Gerard Kaduson, in private practice, Monroe Township, USA, and Charles E. Schaefer, Fairleigh Dickinson University, USA “This timely second edition is full of very helpful and creative play therapy interventions appropriate for short-term work with individuals, families, and groups. The structured, goal-oriented approaches described in the many detailed case examples will be welcomed by practicing clinicians and by professors who teach play therapy in various university settings. By acknowledging the reality of time factors and their impact on the structure of treatment, this book helps guide the field of play therapy in the 21st century.” - Nancy Boyd Webb, Fordham University Graduate
This highly practical book presents current developments in play therapy, including innovative applications for particular problems and populations. Contributors first discuss the latest ideas and techniques emerging from object-relations, experiential, dynamic, and narrative perspectives. Next, research evaluating the effectiveness of play interventions is reviewed in detail. The book’s third and largest section demonstrates creative approaches for helping children deal with a variety of adverse circumstances: homelessness, family problems, sexual abuse, social aggression, natural disasters, and more. A special chapter discusses culturally competent practice with Mexican American children, one of the nation’s fastest-growing populations. 2007: 338pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-304-4: 2006: £30.50 Pb: 978-1-59385-633-5: £16.99
School of Social Service, USA
This volume presents a variety of play approaches that facilitate children’s healing in a shorter time frame. Invaluable for any clinician seeking to optimize limited time with clients, the book provides effective methods for treating children struggling with such challenges as posttraumatic stress disorder, anxiety, disruptive behavior, mood disorders, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, and parental divorce. Individual, family, and group treatment models are described and illustrated with richly detailed case examples. Featuring session-by-session guidelines, chapters demonstrate how to engage clients rapidly, develop appropriate treatment goals, and implement carefully structured brief interventions that yield lasting results. Contents: Part I: Individual Play Therapy. Kaduson, Release Play Therapy
for Children with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. Knell, Dasari, CognitiveBehavioral Play Therapy for Children with Anxiety and Phobias. Riviere, Short-Term Play Therapy for Children with Disruptive Behavior Disorders. Newman, Short-Term Play Therapy for Children with Mood Disorders. Kaduson, Short-Term Play Therapy for Children with Attention-Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder. Part II: Family Play Therapy. VanFleet, Short-Term Play Therapy for Adoptive Families: Facilitating Adjustment and Attachment with Filial Therapy. McNeil, Bahl, Herschell, Involving and Empowering Parents in Short-Term Play Therapy for Disruptive Children. Carey, ShortTerm Family Sandplay Therapy. Magnuson, Shaw, Enhancing Play Therapy with Parent Consultation: A Behavioral/Solution-focused Approach. Part III: Group Play Therapy. Gallo-Lopez, A Creative Play Therapy Approach to the Group Treatment of Young Sexually Abused Children. Hunter, Group Sandtray Play Therapy. Ludlow, Williams, Short-Term Group Play Therapy for Children Whose Parents Are Divorcing. Blundon, Schaefer, The Use of Group Play Therapy for Children with Social Skills Deficits. September 2009: 388pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-330-3: 2006: £25.95 Pb: 978-1-60623-353-5: £17.95
Contemporary Play Therapy Theory, Research, and Practice Edited by Charles E. Schaefer, Fairleigh Dickinson University, USA and Heidi Gerard Kaduson, in private practice, Monroe Township, USA,
“A groundbreaking work in the field of play therapy. This book contains the most up-to-date literature by world-renowned researchers and master therapists... I highly recommend this volume to experienced play therapists as well as novices.” - Cynthia Reynolds, University of
Creative Interventions with Traumatized Children Edited by Cathy A. Malchiodi, Lesley University, Cambridge, USA
“Malchiodi has put together an invaluable resource that is chock full of highly creative and innovative interventions for traumatized children. The all-star lineup of contributors have written solid, user-friendly chapters on doing effective expressive therapy work with children who have experienced many types of trauma. This is a timely, welcome contribution to the child trauma and psychotherapy literature.” - Matthew D. Selekman, Codirector, Partners for Collaborative Solutions, Evanston, Illinois, USA
Rich with case material and artwork samples, this volume demonstrates a range of creative approaches for facilitating children’s emotional reparation and recovery from trauma. Contributors include experienced practitioners of play, art, music, movement and drama therapies, bibliotherapy, and integrative therapies, who describe step-by-step strategies for working with individual children, families, and groups. The case-based format makes the book especially practical and user-friendly. Specific types of stressful experiences addressed include parental loss, child abuse, accidents, family violence, bullying, and mass trauma. Contents: Part I: Creative Interventions and Children: Basics of Practice. Malchiodi, Creative Interventions and Childhood Trauma. Malchiodi, Effective Practice with Traumatized Children: Ethics, Evidence, and Cultural Sensitivity. Part II: Creative Interventions with Individuals. Klorer, Expressive Therapy for Severe Maltreatment and Attachment Disorders: A Neuroscience Framework. Hilliard, Music and Grief Work with Children and Adolescents. Loumeau-May, Grieving in the Public Eye: Art Therapy with Children Who Lost Parents in the World Trade Center Attacks. Sanders, Medical Art and Play Therapy with Accident Survivors. D. S. Safran, E. R. Safran, Creative Approaches to Minimize the Traumatic Impact of Bullying Behavior. Malchiodi, Ginns-Gruenberg, Trauma, Loss, and Bibliotherapy: The Healing Process of Stories. Part III: Creative Interventions with Families and Groups. Echterling, Stewart, Creative Crisis Intervention Techniques with Children and Families. Cattanach, Working Creatively with Children and Their Families After Trauma: The Storied Life. Haen, Vanquishing Monsters: Drama Therapy for Treating Childhood Trauma in the Group Setting. Malchiodi, A Group Art and Play Therapy Program for Children from Violent Homes. Steele, Malchiodi, Interventions for Parents of Traumatized Children. Part IV: Creative Intervention as Prevention. Malchiodi, Steele, Kuban, Resilience and Posttraumatic Growth in Traumatized Children. Klein, Ready..., Set..., R.E.L.A.X.!: Relaxation Strategies with Children and Adolescents.
2008: 332pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-615-1: £25.95
the guilford family therapy series
Essential Skills in Family Therapy From the First Interview to Termination Second Edition JoEllen Patterson, Lee Williams, Todd M. Edwards, and Larry Chamow, all at the Marital and Family Therapy Program, University of San Diego, USA, and Claudia Grauf-Grounds, Marriage and Family Therapy Program, Seattle Pacific University, USA “Patterson et al. provide exactly the kind of hands-on, ‘what-to-do’ guidance that every beginning family therapist needs. Even better than the original text, the second edition succinctly covers all the most important topics in family therapy practice from a broad perspective that fits well with nearly any theoretical orientation... This is the best available book of its kind for the beginning family therapist, and should be a core text for introductory graduate classes.” - Jay Lebow, The
independent, Joseph Micucci shows, they still need parental guidance and nurturance. By strengthening family relationships, clinicians can alleviate symptoms and promote behavioral change. Vivid examples and session transcripts illustrate specific strategies for treating eating disorders, depression, anxiety, defiance, underachievement, and other frequently encountered challenges. Weaving together family therapy techniques with ideas from psychodynamic and cognitive-behavioral approaches, the book has a pragmatic focus on effective interventions for getting adolescent development back on track. Contents: Introduction. Adolescent Development. Basic Concepts. How to Assess and Treat Problems. Eating Disorders. Depression and Suicide. Anxiety. Defiant and Disruptive Behavior. Psychosis. Underachievement and Other School-related Problems. Leaving Home. Families with Multiple Problems. Epilogue: The ARCH.
September 2009: 368pp. Hb: 978-1-60623-330-6: £25.95
The Guilford Family Therapy Series
Doing Couple Therapy
Family Institute at Northwestern University, USA
Readable and concise yet immensely informative, this bestselling text prepares students and new therapists to work confidently and effectively in real-world clinical practice with families. The authors offer wise and compassionate guidance on everything from intake and assessment to treatment planning, the nuts and bolts of specific interventions, the nuances of establishing therapeutic relationships, and how to troubleshoot when treatment gets “stuck.” They help the novice clinician navigate typical dilemmas and concerns, and spell out the basics of therapist self-care. Contents: Sprenkle, Foreword. The Beginning Family Therapist: Taking On the Challenge. Before the Initial Interview. The Initial Interview. Guidelines for Conducting Assessment. Developing a Treatment Focus. Basic Treatment Skills and Interventions. Working with Families and Children. Working with Couples. When a Family Member has a Mental Illness. Getting Unstuck in Therapy. Termination. Family Therapy in the Future: Pertinent Issues for Beginning Clinicians.
September 2009: 300pp. Hb: 978-1-60623-305-4: £25.95
The Guilford Family Therapy Series
The Adolescent in Family Therapy Harnessing the Power of Relationships Second Edition Joseph A. Micucci, Chestnut Hill College, Pennsylvania, USA “This valuable second edition is an essential text for anyone working with adolescents... The up-to-date second edition features expanded coverage of such topics as anxiety and working with lesbian and gay adolescents, as well as powerful new case illustrations. It provides focused conceptual and practical guidelines for treating a wide range of disorders and challenges. With warmth, respect, and expertise, Micucci conveys the true delights of helping adolescents and their families grow and change.” - Celia J. Falicov,
Craft and Creativity in Work with Intimate Partners Robert Taibbi, in private practice, Charlottesville, USA “A gift for seasoned therapists and beginners alike... In very clear, engaging writing, Taibbi presents a comprehensive, integrated model of couple treatment. He constructively demonstrates how to utilize systems, behavioral, and developmental treatment models, while keeping the therapy direct, simple, and profoundly compassionate.” - David Treadway, in private practice, Weston, Massachusetts, USA
Wise, compassionate, and highly practical, this engaging text covers the entire process of therapeutic work with couples, from opening sessions and assessment through skills building, addressing core issues, and termination. Students and novice couple therapists learn effective strategies for intervening with couples of any age who are struggling with acute crises or longstanding conflicts and power struggles. Rich with sensitive, detailed case material, the book features numerous exercises that help readers identify and develop their own strengths as practitioners. Self-care strategies and tips for getting the most out of supervision are provided. Contents: Into the Fray: Theoretical Foundation and Overview. The Basics: Clinical Goals and Tasks. Beginnings: Presentations, Assessments, and Goals. Beginnings in Action. Clearing the Clutter: Improving Communication Skills. Drilling Down: Core Issues. Termination. Of Money, Sex, and Children: Handling the Power Issues. The Challenges of the Early Years. Re-creating the Vision. Battle and Loss: Managing the Teenage Years. One Big Happy Family: Working with Stepfamilies. The Challenges of Old Age. One Helping Two, Two Helping One: Working with Individuals in Relationships. Life in the Details: The Nuts and Bolts of Couple Therapy.
June 2009: 276pp. Hb: 978-1-60623-244-6: £24.00
The Guilford Family Therapy Series
Also by Robert Taibbi Doing Family Therapy Craft and Creativity in Clinical Practice
University of California, San Diego, USA
Rich with clinical wisdom, this successful text and practitioner guide offers a comprehensive framework for treating adolescent problems in the family context. Even as teenagers become increasingly
Hb: 978-1-59385-478-2: 2007: 278pp. £35.00 Pb: 978-1-59385-477-5: 2007: 278pp. £17.95
The Guilford Family Therapy Series
Common Factors in Couple and Family Therapy The Overlooked Foundation for Effective Practice Douglas H. Sprenkle, Purdue University, Indiana, USA, Sean D. Davis, Alliant International University, Sacramento Campus, USA, Jay L. Lebow, The Family Institute at Northwestern University, Illinois, USA “The best antidote yet to technique-heavy approaches to couple and family therapy. This book restores appropriate attention to the role and the person of the therapist, and urges therapeutic flexibility and creativity. It is ‘must’ reading for anyone engaged in learning about systems-oriented therapy or teaching and supervising couple and family therapists.” - Alan S. Gurman, University of Wisconsin School of
Medicine and Public Health, USA
Grounded in theory, research, and extensive clinical experience, this pragmatic book addresses critical questions of how change occurs in couple and family therapy and how to help clients achieve better results. The authors show that regardless of a clinician’s orientation or favored techniques, there are particular therapist attributes, relationship variables, and other factors that make therapy – specifically, therapy with couples and families – more or less effective. The book explains these common factors in depth and provides hands-on guidance for capitalizing on them in clinical practice and training. Contents: What is Responsible for Therapeutic Change?: Two Paradigms. A Brief History of Common Factors. Common Factors Unique to Couple and Family Therapy. The Big-picture View of Common Factors. A Moderate View of Common Factors. Getting Clients Fired Up for a Change: Matching Therapist Behavior with Client Motivation. A Strong Therapeutic Alliance. Models: All Roads Lead to Rome. A Meta-model of Change in Couple Therapy. The Case against Common Factors. Common-Factors Training and Supervision. Implications for Clinicians and Researchers. Appendix A: Moderate Common-Factors Supervision Checklist. Appendix B: Instruments from Other Authors Related to Common Factors.
religious conflicts or a spiritual void can contribute to distress, and what therapists can gain from reflecting on their own spiritual journeys. Rich with insights for working with multifaith and culturally diverse clients, the second edition has been thoroughly revised and updated with the latest ideas, findings, and clinical applications. Contents: Part I: Overview. Walsh, Religion, Spirituality, and the
Family: Multifaith Perspectives. Walsh, Integrating Spirituality in Family Therapy: Wellsprings for Health, Healing, and Resilience. Part II: Spiritual Resources in Families: Tapping the Wellsprings. Wright, Spirituality, Suffering, and Beliefs: The Soul of Healing with Families. Walsh, Spiritual Resources in Family Adaptation to Death and Loss. Wolin, Muller, Taylor, Wolin, Raganathan, Saymah, Zeyada, Religious Perspectives on Resilience: Buddhism, Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism, and Islam. Aponte, The Stresses of Poverty and the Comfort of Spirituality. Boyd-Franklin, Lockwood, Spirituality and Religion: Implications for Psychotherapy with African American Clients and Families. Falicov, Religion and Spiritual Traditions in Immigrant Families: Significance for Latino Health and Mental Health. Fishbane, “Honor Your Father and Your Mother”: Intergenerational Values and Jewish Tradition. Anderson, A Spirituality for Family Living. Part III: Spirituality in Therapeutic Practice. Doherty, Morality and Spirituality in Therapy. Imber-Black, Rituals and Spirituality in Family Therapy. Gale, Meditation and Relational Connectedness: Practices for Couples and Families. Barrett, Healing from Relational Trauma: The Quest for Spirituality. Kamya, Healing from Refugee Trauma: The Significance of Spiritual Beliefs, Faith Community, and Faith-based Services. Hargrave, Froeschle, Castillo, Forgiveness and Spirituality: Elements of Healing in Relationships. Elliott, Opening Therapy to Conversations with a Personal God. Weingarten, Stretching to Meet What’s Given: Opportunities for a Spiritual Practice. Roberts, Heart and Soul: Experiential Exercises for Therapists and Clients. Perry, Rolland, The Therapeutic Benefits of a Justice-seeking Spirituality: Empowerment, Healing, and Hope. February 2009: 412pp. Hb: 978-1-60623-022-0: £30.50
Spiritual Resources in Family Therapy Second Edition
Re-Visioning Family Therapy Race, Culture, and Gender in Clinical Practice Second Edition Edited by Monica McGoldrick, Director, Multicultural Family Institute, Highland Park, New Jersey, USA, and Kenneth V. Hardy, Syracuse University, New York, USA
September 2009: 226pp. Hb: 978-1-60623-325-2: £21.95
“This really is a terrific volume! The title aptly describes how McGoldrick, Hardy, and their contributing authors are ‘re-visioning’ family therapy to reflect complex contemporary issues and approaches. This state-of-the-art work is a ‘must have’ for anyone who practices or teaches family therapy.” - Beverly Greene, St. John’s University, USA
Edited by Froma Walsh, University of Chicago, and Chicago Center for Family Health, USA “A vital contribution to the growing literature on spirituality and psychotherapy. This excellent volume reminds us that spirituality is, at its heart, all about relationships. The contributors skillfully demonstrate how practitioners from every discipline can weave a sensitivity to the spiritual dimension into their work with families from diverse religious backgrounds who are facing life’s most profound problems... I highly recommend this updated second edition.” - Kenneth I. Pargament, Bowling Green State University, USA
Exploring the role of spirituality in couple and family relationships, this successful text and practitioner guide illustrates ways to tap spiritual resources for coping, healing, and resilience. Leading experts in family therapy and pastoral care discuss how faith beliefs and practices can foster personal and relational well-being, how
Now in a significantly revised and expanded second edition, this groundbreaking work illuminates how racism, sexism, and other forms of oppression constrain the lives of diverse clients – and family therapy itself. Practitioners and students gain vital tools for re-evaluating prevailing conceptions of family health and pathology; tapping into clients’ cultural resources; and developing more inclusive theories and therapeutic practices. From leaders in the field, the second edition features many new chapters, case examples, and specific recommendations for culturally competent assessment, treatment, and clinical training. selected Contents: Part I: Theoretical Perspectives. Part II: Cultural Legacies and Stories: Therapists’ Experiences. Part III: Racial Identity and Racism: Implications for Therapy. Part IV: Implications for Clinical Practice. Part V: Implications for Training.
2008: 483pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-427-0: £33.00
Immigrant Families in Contemporary Society
Helping Couples Get Past the Affair
Edited by Jennifer E. Lansford, Duke University, North Carolina, USA, Kirby Deater-Deckard, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA, and Marc H. Bornstein, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, USA “In this rich volume, scholars in psychology, medicine, sociology, education, law, and economics raise riveting issues while they document and chart new directions for research and intervention that promote social and psychological resilience. A ‘must read’ for a multidisciplinary audience of academics, policymakers, program developers, and practitioners.” - Celia J. Falicov, University of California, San Diego, USA
This timely volume explores the complexities of immigrant family life in North America and analyzes the individual and contextual factors that influence health and well-being. Synthesizing cuttingedge research from a range of disciplines, the book addresses such key topics as child development, school achievement, and the cultural and religious contexts of parenting. April 2009: 336pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-403-4: 2007: £34.00 Pb: 978-1-60623-247-7: £21.00
Series: Duke Series in Child Development and Public Policy
Clinical Handbook of Couple Therapy Fourth Edition Edited by Alan S. Gurman, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, USA
A Clinician’s Guide Donald H. Baucom, University of North Carolina, USA, Douglas K. Snyder, Texas A&M University, USA, and Kristina Coop Gordon, University of Tennessee-Knoxville, USA “This book offers a lucid, fascinating, and much-needed map to the difficult terrain of affairs: how they occur and how to deal with them. It is comprehensive and full of clinical examples. Clinicians everywhere will find this book invaluable.” - Susan M. Johnson, University of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
From leading marital therapists and researchers, this unique book presents a three-stage therapy approach for clinicians working with couples struggling in the aftermath of infidelity. The book provides empirically grounded strategies for helping clients overcome the initial shock, understand what happened and why, think clearly about their best interests before they act, and move on emotionally, whether or not they ultimately reconcile. The volume is loaded with vivid clinical examples and carefully designed exercises for use both during sessions and at home. Contents: Part I: Preparing for Treatment. Conceptualizing an Integrative Treatment for Affair Couples. Initial Assessment and Formulation. Creating a Therapeutic Environment. Part II: Stage 1 of Treatment. Damage Control. Restoring Equilibrium. Addressing Emotional Upheaval. Part III: Stage 2 of Treatment. Preparing the Couple to Examine Contributing Factors. Examining Relationship Factors. Examining Outside Factors. Examining Individual Partner Factors. Complex Affairs. Tying it All Together: Creating a Formulation of How the Affair Occurred. Part IV: Stage 3 of Treatment. Addressing Issues of Forgiveness and Barriers to Moving Forward. Moving Forward. Concluding Comments.
April 2009: 368pp. Hb: 978-1-60623-067-1: £25.95
“Carrying on the great tradition of the earlier editions of this book, Gurman has once again put together the definitive handbook of couple therapy. Covering all of the major approaches as well as the major client and problem populations, this volume provides in-depth snapshots written by the key leaders in the field... This is an indispensable book that should be part of the library of every couple therapist and couple therapy researcher.” - William M. Pinsof, President, The Family Institute at Northwestern University, USA
Lauded as “the definitive Handbook of Couple Therapy,” this authoritative work provides a definitive overview of the major models of couple therapy and their clinical applications. In the newly revised and expanded fourth edition, leaders in the field describe the history, theoretical and empirical underpinnings, and methods of each approach. The treatment of specific problems and populations is then addressed, complete with detailed illustrations of therapeutic strategies and techniques.
Principles and Practice of Sex Therapy Fourth Edition Edited by Sandra R. Leiblum, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New JerseyRobert Wood Johnson Medical School, Piscataway, USA
“A silver anniversary is an important milestone worth celebrating, and this landmark text remains crucial and invigorating after more than a quarter-century. The fourth edition reflects many exciting, continuing advances in knowledge about sex and intimate relationships... I intend to recommend it across a multidisciplinary training class of postgraduates.” - Kevan R. Wylie, Editor-in-Chief, Sexual and Relationship Therapy
selected Contents: Part I: Models of Couple Therapy. Behavioral Approaches. Humanistic-existential Approaches. Psychodynamic and Transgenerational Approaches. Social Constructionist Approaches. Systemic Approaches. Integrative Approaches. Part II: Applications of Couple Therapy: Special Populations, Problems and Issues. Rupture and Repair of Relational Bonds: Affairs, Divorce, Violence, and Remarriage. Couple Therapy and the Treatment of Psychiatric and Medical Disorders. Couple Therapy in Broader Context.
Now in a completely revised and expanded fourth edition, this widely adopted text and clinical reference provides a comprehensive guide to assessment and treatment of all of the major female and male sexual dysfunctions. Leading authorities demonstrate effective ways to integrate psychological, interpersonal, and medical interventions. Every chapter includes detailed clinical examples illustrating the process of therapy and the factors that influence treatment outcomes.
2008: 736pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-821-6: £57.50
2007: 556pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-349-5: £43.50
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